Architectural work often isn’t assigned to sprints. It’s better to put epics, features and user stories on the backlog and leave it there. No rocket science, but it saves you a lot of work.
The correct keyboard combination for CTRL-ALT-DEL on your virtual machine is: CTRL-ALT-End.
There are a number of useful Azure DevOps extensions related to agile working. One of them is Portfolio++. A free extension that let’s you create roadmaps with epics and features across teams.
To Visualize a Capability Maturity Assessment, you can use the Radar Graph stencil in Visio. The data can be stored in an Excel sheet. You can also use a visual diagram in Excel.
TDD is linked to the notion of built-in quality. You don’t test quality as an afterthought, at the end of the process. You build in quality checks at the start of the process. In SAFe, the TDD approach is linked to the Gherkin Given When Then syntax. There’s a extension named Specflow, that you can use in Visual Studio.
With Draw.io you can create flowcharts, organizational charts, ER diagrams, logos, process diagrams, network diagrams, UML, and more.
Microsoft does have Azure AD B2C as a solution for CIAM, but for more complicated Customer Identity and Access Management scenarios Microft has no real offering. That’s the reason why you might consider specialized solutions like Auth0 (pronounce Auth Zero).
The FreeFormatter tool contains JSON Escape functionality and many other great tools, such as converters, encoders, formatters and validators for different formats. Check it out!
To get a bit further in Postman, check out the Postman Learning Center. Especially valuable for professional test automation including scripts.
Let’s say, you don’t know upfront what’s a convenient meeting time for all attendees. In that case you can add an add-in named FindTime to Outlook. When you create a new mail, a button New Meeting Poll will automatically be added to the toolbar.