Here’s a great post from someone who had some success with TFS and advocates using a team development system no matter what kind of project you are doing… http://asterland.spaces.live.com/Blog/cns!34D9D1C17F9DBFD8!209.entry Brian
A couple of days ago someone asked me how to export the areas and iterations from one project and be able to use them as a template to create other projects. Creating a set of pre-defined Areas & Iterations is a feature of the TFS process templates.
Another month, a lot more growth. We continue the process of onboarding teams and growing the data. Here’s the updated data for August and (now that I’m using a decent blog editing tool) I can start including some cool graphs in these posts 🙂
This week we held what we call our “Beta Teach” of our 300 level training material in Chicago. A “Beta Teach” is when we think we have all of the content ready and we bring in a group of people (in this case,
This blog post has been replaced by: http://blogs.msdn.com/bharry/archive/2006/10/04/Last-word-on-TFS-Expirations-2800_I-hope_2900.aspx I have removed tha attached utility from this post as it is out of date. Please see the post above for a newer version. Brian ——————— A couple of weeks ago I wrote about the impending expirations of TFS Release Candidate installations and Trial installations that were installed soon after release.
Given how much I talk about our internal “dogfooding” of TFS on this blog, I thought you might be interested in seeing a diagram of what our internal deployment actually looks like. This diagram was put together by our IT department a couple of weeks ago.
We are rapidly approaching 6 months since TFS released. Yeah, that’s right – Isn’t it amazing how time flies? I’ve started to see a rash of emails from people who are discovering that their TFS trial Edition and Release Candidate installs are expiring.
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