Almost 11 years after we created CodePlex, it’s time to say goodbye. We launched CodePlex in 2006 because we, like others in the industry, saw a need for a great place to share software. Over the years, we’ve seen a lot of amazing options come and go but at this point,
This week we begin rolling out our sprint 115 work. You can read the release notes for details. As usual, this is a forewarning of the changes, it could take up to 2 weeks before all the changes are visible in your account.
Last week, we had some visitors from Redmond visiting us in North Carolina. I invited a few of them out to my house for dinner – they were interested in seeing this farm that I talk about from time to time.
A couple of months ago I blogged about open sourcing the VS Test platform. In that post, I talked about the numerous test frameworks that it supports, on of the most popular ones being MSTest. I also foreshadowed our plan to also open source MSTest V2.
I know this comes close on the heels of shipping TFS 2017 Update 1, but we are working on another Update to TFS 2015. For those who are up for it, I encourage you to upgrade to TFS 2017 Update 1,
This week we are deploying our sprint 114 work. Check out the release notes to read the details. As usual, it will take a couple of weeks for the changes to roll out across all accounts.
Here’s a CliffsNotes version of some of the highlights of this sprint:
Delivery plans continue to make progress with new abilities to filter the cards on your board.
Sorry, I had a farm day yesterday and am a little late on the announcement…
Yesterday we announced the release of both Visual Studio 2017 and TFS 2017 Update 1. I’ll focus on TFS and you can read Julia’s post on VS.
Last week, we published an update to our roadmap (otherwise known as “Features timeline” :)).
If you’re curious about what we are working on and when it is coming, I encourage you to go check it out. This timeline is intended to give a rough idea what we are planning to deliver in the cloud over the next 6 months and when those things will land in on-premises TFS.