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. Here's all the important links: There's a lot I want to say about this release... Like
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.
Today we shipped the second release candidate for TFS 2017.2. This post shares some info about this release.
Yesterday, we released the first release candidate for TFS 2017 Update 2 (TFS 2017.2). This is a "go-live" release and is ready to be used in production environments. We've already installed it on 2 of our ~50 production TFS servers and it's looking solid. If you look at the release notes, you'll see that Update 2
Today we published our next quarterly installment to our roadmap. Check it out! Brian
***UPDATE 7/7/2018*** https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/visualstudio/releasenotes/tfs2018-update2 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, some of you could not upgrade due to having legacy XAML builds, an
Yesterday, we released TFS 2015 Update 4. This will likely be the last release in the TFS 2015 line. TFS 2017 shipped almost 6 months ago and we are already hard at work on TFS 2017 Update 2. This TFS 2015 Update 4 release just contains fixes for commonly reported customer issues - about 30 in total. Read the release notes for more det
When we shipped TFS 2017 and Visual Studio 2017, we didn't provide a "Team Explorer" like solution. Historically our Team Explorer installer has been available for customers that want a rich client to access version control and some work item tracking features in TFS or VS Team Services. We didn't release it because we needed to create a n
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. Today I'm happy to announce that we have open sourced MSTest V2 under the MIT license.
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, however, if there are reasons you really want to stay on 2015 a little longer, Update 4 might be useful to you. Update 4 only contains bug fixes.