Today we released the final version of Team Foundation Server 2017.2. Thank you to everyone who installed one of the two release candidates over the past few months and helped us ensure that this is a high quality release. This post lists some important links and info about this release.
This week we are deploying our sprint 120 payload for Visual Studio Team Services. Check out the release notes for all the detail.
The big news of this sprint is the new visual release definition editor that allows you to see the flow of your release through environments.
A little over a month ago, I gave an update on our progress of moving the Windows team to Git in the largest Git repo on the planet. At the time, I described the scale of the Windows Git repo (over 3.5M files and ~4,000 engineers),
Back in February, I announced our plan to release a fairly full featured Wiki for Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) and Team Foundation Server (TFS). I also announced that we were purchasing the Wiki extension that was then in the marketplace.