Do you want to be part of a team of talented developers and build great software? Here’s your chance to join the TFS team. In addition to development positions in Redmond (work item tracking client team), I have openings on our development team here in North Carolina.
Have you ever tried to debug an issue in old binaries and you don’t remember which version of the source they correspond to? Have you debugged without symbols because no one saved them? Here’s how to make your life easier.
One of the great features in Team Foundation Server 2010 Build is the ability to have your builds automatically indexed with source server and the symbols stored in symbol server.
Brian Keller has release a new OData service for TFS. He does a great job explaining it, and he also includes a video demo.
OData Service for Team Foundation Server 2010
What the heck is an OData Service for Team Foundation Server 2010?
In the year since the release of TFS 2010, we’ve seen a run of great new books coming, all by authors who really know their subject matter extremely well. At the beginning of the year, Sayed Ibrahim Hashimi and William Bartholomew published Using MSBuild and Team Foundation Build,
Andrew Hall wrote a great post on the Code Analysis Team Blog about how to use the code analysis checkin policy with gated checkin in Team Foundation 2010 Build to reject checkins that have code analysis warnings or errors. He shows you how to configure the rule set and set up the gated build definition to enforce the code analysis rules you’ve chosen.