Brian H. Madsen
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New TFS site dedicated to working with the TFS API – via Charles Stirling

February 9th 2009 in 2551

Once you’ve worked for a while with Team Foundation Server, you’ll most likely find that you need to do something that’s not out-of-the-box – so what do you do and how do you do it?

In most cases you’ll have to work with the TFS API – where to get info?

Enter stage left – Charles Sterling informs us that there’s a new site out there dedicated to the TFS API.

The site is run by newly awarded MVP Jeff Bramwell and it’s a community driven site – from what i can see then it’s possible for you, the community, to contribute to the growing number of tips and tricks.

There’s already a number of examples available up there – time to contribute guys!!


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