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Oracle database support for Team System database tools is in Beta

Quest has released a Beta version of the Oracle DSP to enable Oracle databases to participate in the Team System development world - working offline, refactoring schemas, comparing schema, generating test data and more.  The Quest Beta works in concert with Visual Studio Team System 2010 Beta 1.  For most of the last year we've been ...
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A dogfooding milestone

This week we hit a notable milestone on the DevDiv TFS dogfood server – 1,000,000 checkins.  One of the people on our team put together this graph to demonstrate the trend: We’re going to be having a little celebration on Monday to commemorate it. Brian...

A dogfooding milestone

This week we hit a notable milestone on the DevDiv TFS dogfood server – 1,000,000 checkins.  One of the people on our team put together this graph to demonstrate the trend: We’re going to be having a little celebration on Monday to commemorate it. Brian...

Expression Blend 3 has TFS integration!

Last week we announced the availability of Silverlight 3 and a release candidate (and imminent release) of Expression Blend 3.  Quite a while ago, I mentioned that Blend 3 would include TFS version control integration so that designers can easily participate in the team workflow.  It is here!  Ed Hintz included a screenshot in ...

July ‘09 DevDiv Dogfood Statistics

It’s been about 6 months since I last posted detailed statistics on the DevDiv TFS dogfood server.  Overall it’s been a good 6 months.  Early this year we got the bulk of our TFS 2010 branching/merging/scaling changes deployed to the server and they’ve made a a big difference in the scalability challenges we were having last ...

TFS Database sizes for a somewhat more “normal” team

I talk a lot about the DevDiv dogfood server.  The numbers are always astronomical and people’s heads spin when they see them and most people wonder what relevance it has to their life :)  I publish the DevDiv stuff for a variety of reasons.  I do it to show how scalable TFS is and that it is ready to handle almost anything ...
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