Last month I wrote a post describing a cool, streamlined, web based Agile project management solution we are building. Over the next week or so I’m going to write a series of posts covering another area we’ve been working on. We call the scenario “Developers are Raving Fans”.
Maarten asked me a couple of weeks ago if it was possible to put TFS on port 80 along with Sharepoint and if so, was there any documentation. I said, yes, I know it’s possible because I know we’ve tested it but I didn’t know if there was any documentation.
stpSoft recently released additional support for Team Foundation Server with their Requirements Definer product. Check it out here: http://www.stpsoft.co.uk/definer/index.html. And make sure to watch the videos – they do a good job of showing the flow from creating a user story through flow definition,
It pretty quickly became clear that having separate Visual Studio and Visual Studio ALM sites just wasn’t going to be a good idea. It just wasn’t clear to people which site to post ideas in. As a result, we have combined the two under the Visual Studio site.
In addition to the UserVoice site that I recently blogged about for Visual Studio ALM features I blogged about recently, we’ve also created a UserVoice site for general Visual Studio feedback for areas other than the ALM features. I’m not 100% sure why we created 2 of them but I guess it gives you the ability to have 2 top 10 lists 🙂
UPDATE 7/18/11: We’ve combined the ALM UserVoice site with the Visual Studio one at http://visualstudio.uservoice.com/forums/121579-visual-studio/filters/top. Please file your ideas there.
We recently created a UserVoice site for the world to make product suggestions and vote on them. As you can see from the site,
A while ago we got some feedback from customers that something about our licensing of Team Foundation Server’s use of SQL under an MSDN subscription didn’t make sense. We’ve just fixed it.
Let me start by explaining status quo.
When you purchase TFS,
Mike Fourie just published a bunch of workflow activities/actions for TFS builds. It’s a great set of extensions that makes TFS builds even more powerful with less work. You can get them on CodePlex here: http://tfsbuildextensions.codeplex.com/releases/view/67138
Check them out…
I’m criminally late in blogging about this and for that I apologize. Several months ago, the Microsoft platform evangelism team came to me and said they wanted to create a really good OData sample that would show people all the stuff you can do with OData and how easy it is.