I’ve begun work on a series of articles that will provide you with an end-to-end look at many of the new features of Visual Studio Team System 2008. This series focuses on a fictional company called Global Bank and how they use Team System to develop a new service for their Web site.
With a new version of Visual Studio Team System comes a new documentation set. You can find updated versions of the Team Foundation Installation Guide at the Download Center. The latest versions of the Team Foundation Administrator guide and the Readme are also available at MSDN.
The third post in my series on using TFS to manage documentation projects is available here.
This one discusses the reports that we use.
In the second of four blog posts, I continue to look at the various community initiatives for Visual Studio Team System, the metrics that give an understanding of “community health”, and our plans for the next year in these areas.
To read more, see http://blogs.msdn.com/vstsue/pages/community-health-for-visual-studio-team-system-part-3-details.aspx.
This post is the third in a series about who the Visual Studio Team System Community Council is, what goals we’re trying to accomplish, and what results we’ve seen so far. In the year between August 2006 and July 2007, the council monitored the following community initiatives: