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Today, we released the results of Sprint 45 on Team Foundation Service. You can check out the release notes to learn more about today’s release. There were 2 basic areas of new capabilities on the service: Git Branch insights and Web based test execution UI.
Saturday night I was at my son’s lacrosse game with the family. My wife got a phone call. It was a fellow farmer and neighbor, Noah (about 2 miles south of us). His question was “Are you missing a cow?” The answer,
A couple of days ago I announced the availability of VS/TFS 2012.2 CTP4. At that time I mentioned that there would be an update of our Visual Studio Git extensions to work with it. We released the Git extension update last night and you can read more about it in Matt’s and Andy’s blog post.
We are continuing our journey to deliver a final release of Update 2. You can read about the CTP3 we shipped a few weeks ago here. The most notable thing about this CTP is that it is “go-live”. One of our big learnings from shipping Update 1 was that we really do need feedback from real customer deployments before we ship a major update.
Sprint 44 is done and has now been deployed to the service. You can read the release notes on the Team Foundation Service Portal to learn more about what’s in it. Maybe the biggest news is that the customizable swim lanes for kanban are live on the service now.