With strategic products it is extemly important to look into the planning and direction for the future… Here’s what I’ve found so far: Team Foundation Server and the Future Have more? Leave me a commment, please.
Entries from February 22nd, 2006
February 22nd, 2006 · No Comments · TFS Extensibility
All you need is… a good documentation probably – especially if you are courageous enough to extend Team System. On this page I’ll start collecting a few interesting posts. Version Control Discovering TFS merge history using the client API – Part 1 Discovering TFS merge history using the client API – Part 2 (calling QueryMerges) […]
February 22nd, 2006 · No Comments · TFS Administration
All tasks that should be performed on a regulary basis are listed here. Deleting old load test results (via Bill Barnett’s blog) The list in this post will be constantly updated. If you have any suggestions please write a comment!
February 21st, 2006 · No Comments · Unreleased
While the so called client SKUs (the three Team Editions plus the Team Suite) were released in November last year the TFS is targeted to release in March 2006. Now the last planned publically available pre-release version: the Release Candidate (or short “RC”) can be downloaded from the MSDN Subscriber Downloads. If you are using […]
February 21st, 2006 · No Comments · Third-Party Solutions
Solution Summary The Requirements Authoring Solution by Softagon (“RASS”) turns Microsoft® Office Word, the preferred tool for software developers and analysts responsible for creating software requirements, into a more powerful and yet user friendly front-end for managing structured XML requirements data. RASS drives greater collaboration and productivity throughout the software development lifecycle and provides a […]
February 16th, 2006 · No Comments · Third-Party Solutions
A web interface for Team Foundation Server: TeamPlain Web Access is a web interface forTeam Foundation Server that allows you tomanage work items, documents, reports andsource control repositories.Link
February 16th, 2006 · No Comments · General
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February 16th, 2006 · No Comments · General, 1988
This log has now been listed here. This is also the best place to look for other excellent blogs on Team System.
February 16th, 2006 · No Comments · Training and Learning
Software Engineering with Microsoft Visual Studio Team System by Sam Guckenheimer with Juan PerezEstimated Availability – 05/17/2006ISBN – 0321278720Amazon
February 16th, 2006 · No Comments · Project Management with TFS, Training and Learning
Author Joel Semeniuk; Martin Danner Pages 400 Disk N/A Level Advanced Published 08/09/2006 ISBN 0-7356-2216-7 View on MS Press website About the Book An ideal guide for using Visual Studio Team System to maximize project management effectiveness This book is a practical guide to using the integrated tools in Visual Studio Team System to manage […]