Keith asked me to let you all know about a survey he is doing to help plan for a potential ALM Summit later this year. We did the first one last year and it went pretty well. It was clearly a V1 and had some rough edges but most of the feedback I got was very positive.
One of the things about our 2010 product line that has embarassed me from the beginning is that there’s no way to use our code metrics tools to produce data from an automated build. Our tools only work in the VS IDE and on the loaded solution.
Back in November I wrote about the first Beta of Team Explorer Everywhere 2010 SP1, and today I am proud to announce that the final version is available to download for MSDN Subscribers.
**UPDATE 2/11/11** – the publicly available download (for licensed Team Explorer Everywhere customers) is now available: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=53c27216-c4f0-48b6-9bed-fe1718a2e3b0
See my previous post for more information about what shipped in Beta 1.
A few days ago, we posted the latest updates to the online documentation. Below is a summary of the new and updated content. Perhaps the one I’ve gotten the mote requests for is information on configuring TFS for HTTPS.
Team Foundation Administration:
Securing Team Foundation Server
Now you can learn about how security for Team Foundation Server is integrated with Windows authentication and utilizes permissions for users and groups.