I’ve mentioned in a couple of posts recently how busy it’s been around here lately. One of the many things keeping us busy over the past several weeks has been upgrading the main Developer Division Team Foundation Server to TFS 11.
Here’s a link to some “chalk talk” video’s on yesterday’s Azure announcements. Among them is a video from our very own Aaron Bjork on the TFS integration that we’ve done. Check it out for a more colorful explanation than yesterday’s blog post 🙂
I mentioned earlier this week in my sprint 31 deployment post that we were working on some bigger things I wasn’t ready to talk about yet. Well, this is one of them….
As development organizations are trying to improve the cycle times on their development process – getting ideas through development and into production and collecting feedback faster and faster,
We’ve just finished sprint 31 and today we deployed it to the service. In all, it a modest set of things but some nice improvements. We’re now starting to get to the point that new things showing up on the service are ahead of what we have in the on premises product.
We won’t be releasing a new build of the Power Tools with the Release Candidate. The Beta Power Tools that are available will work with the RC build. The next time we’ll update the Power Tools will be along with the final release.