I saw Mac Noland’s post tonight about turning off the just-in-time debugging popup window on his TFS server. We’ve had this problem internally. If you have a debugger installed on your computer, such as Visual Studio or WinDbg, the installation will enable just-in-time debugging such that when something crashes you’ll get a window asking you whether you want to debug the problem.
If you use Outlook 2007 and SharePoint, you really need to read this. I’ve been using this feature for the last couple of weeks. It syncs the documents into Outlook so they are available offline, you can search them, and you can edit and upload when you get back online.
This question came up on an internal discussion, and I thought the answer would be useful to post.
How we can find the list of projects created with the a particular VSTF template in TFS 2008 or 2010? In TFS 2005 we can find out programmatically as well with the query but in the new version we are not able to do so.
The first version of Windows Live Writer is now available. I’ve been using the betas for a long time, and I think it’s a great application (and it’s free). I use it to write all of my blog posts. If it weren’t for Live Writer,
Sara Ford has a Visual Studio Tip of the Day series going. I thought I’d publish some tips on using Team System Web Access, and this is the first. I don’t think I’ll be able to do a tip per day.
Yesterday, Soma announced that VS 2008 and TFS 2008 ship this month. Prior to that, we had only said it would ship by the end of this year. It’s going to be an exciting month.
Not long after TFS 2008 ships,
I last mentioned TFSBuildLab back in August when it reached beta 2. Peter Blomqvist and Mathias Olausson have now released 1.0. For those of you who aren’t going to move to TFS 2008 in the near future (it ships by the end of this year),