Everything you want to know about Visual Studio ALM and Farming
Brian Harry is a Microsoft Technical Fellow working as the Product Unit Manager for Team Foundation Server. Learn more about Brian.
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I've been remiss in my blogging responsibilities for the past few weeks - sorry about that. Between summer vacations, work travel and a new power tool I'm working on, I've just haven't been able to find any time to blog. In my job, I don't get to spend a ton to time coding - too many other things to do. But I decided to take on this Power Tool and I'm having a blast. The problem is that, for me, programming is all consuming. I was half joking to someone the other day that, for me, programming is incompatible with everything else in my life. It's in compatible with eating, sleeping, meetings, email, blogging and everything else I'm supposed to do :) Within the next week I should have this new Power Tool far enough along that I can talk about it.
In the mean time, back to the topic of this post... A few weeks ago, Attrice corporation released a new version of their TFS Sidekicks tools. They fill a similar need as the Power Tools that we release and I generally hear very good things about them. I've heard some particularly positive buzz about their new Permissions sidekick. Here's a screenshot of it...
The tools are available for free and you should check them out.