Clearly yesterday was a bad day. Team Foundation Service was mostly down for approximately 9 hours. The underlying issue was an expired SSL certificate in Windows Azure storage. We use HTTPS to access Windows Azure storage, where we store source code files,
Grant Holliday and friends just put out a new version of their excellent TFS book, now updated for TFS 2012. It’s worth having if you are really trying to understand the ins and outs of TFS. Learn more on Grant’s blog.
Yesterday, we posted a small update to the Git tooling for VS. Since we just released it the other day, we don’t have much new yet but we should continue (at least for a while) to update it after each of our 3 week sprints.
OK, I made up the numbers. I debated what to call this post. Adventures with a horse? Water: a famer’s nemesis? It’s been a fun couple of days.
Sunday night the whole family was out doing chores and my wife and kids were exercising the horses.
Read more here: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/visualstudioalm/archive/2013/02/11/february-ctp-for-visual-studio-update-2.aspx
We’ve just shipped the next Community Technology Preview (CTP) for VS and TFS Update 2. This release is still not a broad go-live release. Learning from our last Update (Update 1 – VS 2012.1), we are enabling go-live earlier.
Yes, I know it’s hard to believe it’s time again already. Didn’t we just have all those big announcements – Git support, Test Hub, Work item tags…? Yes. We had last sprint’s deployment on Jan 21, then all the big announcements on Jan 30 and now it’s time for sprint 43!
This is one of those posts that I can’t win by writing but I have to anyway. It can’t make anyone happy and will undoubtedly garner me some amount of flame, but here it goes.
We’ve been working hard over the past couple of years to improve and expand our web experiences for TFS.
Check out Brian Keller’s post.
I try not to use my blog for too many personal things but I couldn’t resist. A good friend of mine, who also happens to be one of our Visual Studio ALM MVPs, sent me an email. He told me about a project his daughter has undertaken to have the world commemorate the life and work of David Warren –
I’ve been getting a few questions lately about whether or not we support TFS on Azure IaaS. The truth is that a number of us have set up and used it on IaaS but we have never really formally tested it.