There's now a very detailed article on MSDN describing how to install VSTS on Virtual PCs.Installing the December CTP Release of Visual Studio Team System by David C. Bost
I wrote a post for the Team Foundation blog providing an Overview of Branching, Merging, and Shelving.
Adarsh Khare, who is a tester for the .NET networking classes, has useful blog. Recent posts include the new NetworkInformation namespace that includes things like network availability events and a reference to an MSDN article on running ASMX without IIS.
Paul D. Murphy has a few good things to say about Team System in his Oh man is Team System Sweet post.
Check out Jeff's new weblog. His post from Monday may shed some light on Dec. CTP mysteries if you've ever run into messages regarding bisregedit. Why BisRegEdit is sometimes the reported culprit of a failed install
Someone posted this question recently in the newsgroups. I have a question concerning promotion processes using Source Control. Due to requirements from Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX), we will need to have tight controls on source code that is being checked into UAT and Production such that it will pass an audit showing that is being tightly controlled
The Team Foundation Version Control command line reference for the December CTP is now available. I have posted it as an article as well.
The docs are now on MSDN.Command Line Reference (Visual Studio Team Foundation)
Rob Caron put together a very nice one-page command line summary for h.exe. I've posted it as an article (Team Foundation Version Control Command Line Summary document). Check it out if you want to see the list of command and options for h.exe.
Command line summary for tf.exe. This was put together by Rob Caron.You may also want to see the full Team Foundation Version Control Command Line Reference as well.This is pre-release documentation and is subject to change in future releases.