Today we shipped the second release candidate for Team Foundation Server 2018. If all goes well, this should be the final release candidate. We’ll make sure that all the issues you report are addressed and we’ll ship the final version in a couple of months.
Today we released the Release Candidate for Team Foundation Server 2017 Update 3. Following the pattern of all of our Update 3 releases, TFS 2017 Update 3 is a small release, focused on bug fixes – mostly a roll up of fixes for issues that we’ve uncovered as increasing numbers of customers have adopted the TFS 2017 wave of releases.
Today we launched our latest Visual Studio Team Services instance in the Canada Central region. This adds to our instances in the United States, Europe, Brazil, Australia, and India.
I’ve had numerous conversations with customers who really wanted to have a VSTS account on Canadian soil and Canada was by far the most requested region for a new VSTS instance (and the 17th most popular request all up) on Visual Studio Team Services User Voice.
This week we are deploying our sprint 123 work. Check out the release notes. There are a few things I want to highlight…
New queries hub – We are on a journey to rework how some key elements of our navigation/data model work.
Checkout TechBash in the northeast US to catch the latest on modern development practices. Our very own Donovan Brown is going to be one of the speakers – doing his Zero to DevOps talk.