It's hard to believe it but it's been almost a year since we introduced the Visual Studio Marketplace. It provides a single point of entry for finding extensions for Visual Studio, VS Team Services and VS Code - and since then hundreds upon hundreds of new extensions have been published. From day one, our vision was to enable the marketpla
In my blog post announcing TFS 15 RC1, I mentioned that we are working on a new navigation UI. In a somewhat unusual turn of events, it showed up in an on premises preview before it showed up in the cloud. Today we enabled the new navigation experience in Team Services, making it really easy for anyone to give it a try. This new experience
I missed a few updates while I was out over the summer but, hopefully, now I'm back on my normal cadence. This week, we are deploying our sprint 104 work to VS Team Services. It looks to me like it's a new record on number of items (defined by number of lines in the release notes) released in a sprint. You can read the release notes for al
A couple of aspects of this have come up on the post where I announced the TFS 15 RC1 and I thought it was worth a more explicit call out. First some context. We have 2 release "types" for TFS - major releases (TFS 2013, TFS 2015, TFS 15, etc.) and Updates (TFS 2015 Update 1, TFS 2015 Update 2, ...). We think about them very differently an
Today we released Team Foundation Server 15 Release Candidate 1. This is a "go-live" release, fit for production use and supported by our support team. You can find all the details on the following links: It's called RC1 because, yes, there will be an RC2. I don't expect an RC3 but that will depend on the feedback that we get.
I missed blogging about a ton of stuff that happened in late June and most of July while I was out. I'm not going to try to recap is all. You can find lots of it on the Visual Studio ALM blog or in the Team Services release notes. I do want to highlight a few things though. Hopefully, now that I'm back, I'll be able t