Today we deployed our sprint 54 release. All of the “new” stuff you’ll find in this sprint are refinements of existing features:
A color picker for customizing chart colors (it was actually built by one of our summer interns ) Column customization of the recent test case bulk edit feature Editor colorization support for Powershell,
I apologize for the long wait. But, the TFS 2013 Power Tools are finally available. There’s no new features in this release but there are a fair number of bug fixes and the Power Tools have all been updated to work with VS 2013 and TFS 2013.
Adam Cogan, one of our TFS MVPs, had his company put together a short animated video on the role of the product owner. I thought it was pretty cool so I figured I’d share it. It’s only a few minutes. It’s worth checking out…
Today we released the Release Candidate for the VS 2013 suite of products. This is a “go-live” production worthy version and will likely be the last publicly available build before we RTM. I strongly encourage you to try it out and let us know if you find any blocking issues.
Today we deployed our sprint 53 work to Team Foundation Service and posted the release notes about the changes. When I wrote last sprint’s release notes, I alluded to “one more nice big new feature”. While “big” is in the eye of the beholder,
We are expanding the Windows Azure MSDN benefit to two additional subscription levels: MSDN Platforms and Visual Studio Test Professional with MSDN. MSDN Platforms subscribers will receive a $100 monthly credit, while Visual Studio Test Professional with MSDN subscribers will receive a $50 credit per month.
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