Mary Jo Foley is writing about one Microsoft code name per day on her blog. I think it’s pretty cool and there’s a few code names I’ve never even heard of before. She has written about a couple of Developer Division code names so I thought I’d add my own colorful commentary.
Last night we released version 1.2 of the Team Foundation Server MSSCCI Provider. This tool enables a wide range of IDEs to access TFS. It is available for download here and is for use by anyone who owns a Team Foundation Server Client Access License CAL either by purchasing a VSTS role product (e.g.
A couple of months ago I blogged the list of bug fixes & enhancements in TFS SP1. Since then, we added a few more. Here are the additional ones. Some of them are just about fixing bugs with the patch itself.
I just got email that there’s a new Team System users group in Minneapolis now – in addition to the one I mentioned in Boston several weeks ago. It’s great to see the community of people interested in Team System continue to grow.
I’m happy to announce that VS SP1 (including Visual Studio Team System) has released. It’s been a long time in the making and I know it’s been frustrating waiting but it is finally available and there is a ton of good stuff in it.
Sorry I’ve been away a while. It’s been almost 2 weeks since I’ve posted anything of much interest. It’s been crazy trying to get so many things finished up by the end of the year and I just haven’t had time to think straight.
There’s a cool new offering on MSDN now that enables people to give TFS a try without having to deal with downloading it or installing it or almost anything. I tried it last night and all I had to do was go to the site,