Hakan Eskici, program manager for Team System Web Access, has posted the spec for a new power tool that’s based on TSWA that is designed to help customers comply with the new licensing changes in TFS 2008 while getting the most out of the product.
Jeff Beehler has pointed out that Team Development with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server has now been translated into Russian. It’s great to see it, and I’m sure it’s the product of a lot of hard work.
A year ago I wrote a blog post about a new check-in policy that we added in build for TFS 2008 to prevent “piling on” when the build is broken in continuous integration environment. That post has all of the details on how it works and even the code showing you how it was implemented.
Join members of the Visual Studio Team System product group to discuss features available in Team Foundation Server, Team Suite, Architecture Edition, Development Edition, Database Edition, and Test Edition. In addition, discuss what’s new for these editions for Visual Studio 2008.
Martin Woodward write that Teamprise 3.0 has now been released! If you want the equivalent of Team Explorer integrated into Eclipse on any platform or need a client from Linux or Mac, you’ll definitely want to check out Teamprise.
Here’s a quick bullet list of features that I lifted from his post.
We’ve seen a couple of customers run into a rare problem where the account being used to set up a new Team Foundation server does not have read access to Active Directory (this does not apply to the workgroup edition of TFS).
Jelle Druyts has created an interesting tool and made it available on CodePlex.
Just Released: BuildCop v1.0!
It is with great pleasure that I’m finally ready to release another open source tool on CodePlex: BuildCop.
BuildCop is a tool that analyzes MSBuild project files (interactively or during e.g.