Team Foundation Server 2018 RC1 is now available for download. This is the first available build for what we have been calling TFS V.next. And, as you can tell from the title of this post, the official name will be TFS 2018.
This week we began rolling out our sprint 122 update for Visual Studio Team Services. Check out the release notes for details.
There are a couple of things I want to call out.
Work item rules – Work Item rules are the “headliner”
I’m going to try something very non-traditional for my blog. I don’t know if it’s a good idea or not but we’ll give it a go and if everyone hates it, I’ll find a different vehicle. I’ve had a career of roughly 30 years now and I’ve been in countless situations from developer in a small startup,
In November of 2015, almost 2 years ago, we launched the Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) Marketplace to further our goals to build an open and active ecosystem around VSTS and Team Foundation Server. It’s been a truly amazing thing to watch.
This week we are deploying our sprint 121 work for Visual Studio Team Services. There’s a lot of good stuff and you can read the release notes for details.
Probably the biggest thing is the public preview of our new Wiki feature.