Yesterday we published a new update for the Team Foundation Service. You can read more about what’s in it here: http://tfspreview.com/en-us/home/news/2012/sep-17/ A couple of notes… You’ll notice that the release notes, this week, were written by Aaron Bjork rather than me.
I know many of you have been waiting patiently. I apologize for the delay. They actually shipped yesterday but I didn’t have time to write a blog post about it until tonight. Team Foundations Server 2012 Power Tools A few reminders about how Power Tools work and comments on this release…
You can go to the Visual Studio Gallery page listed above to get a summary of what’s in the Power Tools.
Update: when I first wrote this a couple of hours ago, the link to the iPad shapes was broken so I didn’t mention them. It’s since been fixed so I’m adding it to this post. Clearly there’s a lot of overlap between the iPhone &
We repivoted our Express SKUs this release to focus on application type rather than on language. The Windows 8 and Web Express SKUs have been available for a while now. Today we made the Desktop Express SKU available. The last yet to be released is the Phone Express SKU and I’ll let you know when it’s available.
I saw on Twitter some people expressing their disappointment at my wearing formal clothes for the launch keynote. I feel it necessary to defend myself Ok, not really, but there’s a funny story here. I was packing to come to Seattle last week and it occurred to me that no one had said anything about dress code.
For a while now we’ve been talking about increasing our delivery cadence for Visual Studio. Jason first talked about it at DevConnections in the Spring and I wrote a blog post a couple of weeks ago outlining our general approach to cadence (focused on TFS).
Today is the launch of our 2012 wave of developer products, including Visual Studio, Team Foundation Server and .NET 4.5. We’ll be having a small “in person” event in Seattle today but all of the content will be available online so,
Richard’s new book ‘Visual Studio 2012 Cookbook‘ is now available. It’s a great broad overview of the new capabilities in VS 2012 and is a good way for an existing VS user to get up to speed on all the new stuff.
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