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One more farm story for this week

Sorry for the back to back farm stories but I was relating the Fire! story to someone the other day and remembered another story I hadn't shared. As a cattle farmer, I go through a lot of hay - about 300,000 lbs per winter.  Spring and late Summer are the seasons for cutting, baling and storing hay.  In the past I've had to buy a lot of hay ...

Team Services Update – Sept 28

This week we are rolling out our sprint 106 work.  Here are the release notes.  By now, the update has made it out to most customers and it should finish by the end of the week. Overall, sprint 106 was a modest sprint.  It has lots of nice, relatively small, improvements and nothing particularly earth shattering.  Probably the biggest ...

Fire!

When you have a farm like I do, with a lot of pastures, a lot of fence lines and a lot of trees, you inevitably spend a lot of time clearing dead trees, fallen limbs, etc. from your fences and fields.  It's a never ending job.  Sometimes I collect the wood for firewood (I heat my house with that in the winter).  Sometimes I just throw it ...

Team Foundation Server "15" RC 2 available

Today we released RC2 of TFS "15".  The key links are here: You can check out the release notes for details of what's new.  The release notes are a union of everything new in TFS 15 but you can identify changes since RC1 by looking for items tagged "New in TFS "15" RC2".  As you can tell by the length of the release notes...
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Team Services Update – Sept 2

Yes, I'm a bit late on this one.  I was traveling to India and Israel in early Sept and didn't have a change to post about this. A little over a week ago we deployed the sprint 105 work to Team Services.  Check out the release notes for details. We continued our journey this sprint to bring full process customization to Team Services with ...