Now that BUILD has wrapped up and hopefully most of you are busy trying out the VS 11/TFS 11 developer preview, I wanted to let you know about an event that I will be speaking at in November. At the ALM Summit in Redmond,
I’ve seen a few questions come up about this. Two questions, actually:
Question: How do I delete a Team Project Collection on the Team Foundation Service?
Answer: You can’t. For now we automatically create one collection per account (called DefaultCollection) and you can’t delete it,
You’ve seen snippets of the new Team Explorer in previous posts I’ve done on version control improvements. In this post, I’m going to focus on the new Team Explorer experience, talk a bit more about what overall changes we’ve made and why.
I got several comments last week that posting my registration codes in the middle of the afternoon North Carolina time was not very friendly for people in the Asia-Pacific region. It worked out to the middle of the night and since they didn’t last more than a few hours,
We’ve had a few healthy exchanges about performance on my blog and it’s clear there’s a lot of energy out there about it. After the last exchange I kicked off a discussion internally about making sure we are directing our performance efforts at the right things.
Visit the landing page here: https://t.co/48p0iAdH
Brian Keller just published a virtual machine with many of the VS 11 Preview bits on it and a bunch of hands-on-labs to walk you through many of the new features. Check it out: https://aka.ms/VS11ALMVM
Now that you have a Team Foundation Service account, some of you are going to be interested in setting up a build machine to work with it. Richard Hundhausen did a very nice video to walk you through this process but I’m going to recap it because there’s a few additional things I want to explain.
The demand for accounts to try out the Windows Azure based TFS Service Preview we announced yesterday has been terrific. We’ve used a bunch of avenues to get codes in people’s hands but the demand keeps out pacing supply. Because of that,
Yesterday was a pretty crazy day with our new hosted TFS Service going live. I’d stayed pretty focused on that to make sure everything went smoothly. But, in case of some rare anomaly that you missed it, we announced a VS 11/TFS 11 developer preview yesterday as well.