Today we published our next quarterly installment to our roadmap. Check it out!
You can now upgrade to TFS 2018 Update 2 and continue to connect your XAML controllers and run XAML builds. When we removed support for XAML build in TFS 2018 RTW and Update 1,
It’s been 3 months since I first wrote about our efforts to scale Git to extremely large projects and teams with an effort we called “Git Virtual File System”. As a reminder, GVFS, together with a set of enhancements to Git,
As you may know, this week is the //Build conference. Along side that event, we are announcing a ton of VS Team Services enhancements, including rolling out our sprint 117 upgrade. Some of the changes are available immediately (because they were previously deployed and only required a feature flag to be flipped) and others will roll out over the next week or so as the 117 deployment reaches all of our scale units across the world.
You may have noticed I wasn’t very responsive during much of April. That’s because I took an extended “Farmcation” for about 3 weeks. I just returned to work on Monday and should be a bit more responsive now.
I won’t bore you with all the details but I wanted to share one thing.