We’ve been working with some of the Agile & Lean thought leaders to gather their perspectives on the state of the art – past, present and future. It’s some good reading. Check it out here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee889983(v=vs.110).aspx Brian
Today in my VS Live keynote, I announced and demonstrated a new cloud based build service for our Team Foundation Service on Azure. From the beginning with tfspreview, you’ve been able to do builds, but – you had to install, manage,
UPDATE It looks like Grant Holliday wrote a nice post that covers more than mine does. It’s not quite as up to date with the Compat GDR but it’s good reading too: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/granth/archive/2012/01/03/tfs-2010-what-service-packs-and-hotfixes-should-i-install.aspx We’ve been releasing a variety of updates to TFS and the VS support for TFS.
The last 6 months or so have been really busy around here. Over the next several months, you’ll see a lot of what’s been keeping us busy come to light. Clearly a big part was unveiled recently with the launch of the VS/TFS/.NET Beta.
Along with the VS/.NET/TFS Beta, the Visual Studio Rangers created a whole bunch of new readiness content to help you be successful with the next generation of our tools. Real on their blog for more details: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/visualstudioalm/archive/2012/02/29/welcome-to-visual-studio-11-alm-rangers-readiness-beta-wave.aspx Brian
About 2 years ago, we first introduced Team Explorer Everywhere. In doing that we enabled diverse teams to work closely together regardless of platform or technology stack. We provided organizations a substantially improved ability to manage all of their projects and get consistent visibility across them.
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