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September, 2013

  • Brian Harry's blog

    Team Foundation Service Update – Sept 30

    Today we deployed our sprint 54 release.  All of the “new” stuff you’ll find in this sprint are refinements of existing features: A color picker for customizing chart colors (it was actually built by one of our summer interns ) Column customization...
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    TFS 2013 Power Tools are available

    I apologize for the long wait.  But, the TFS 2013 Power Tools are finally available.  There’s no new features in this release but there are a fair number of bug fixes and the Power Tools have all been updated to work with VS 2013 and TFS 2013...
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    What is a Product Owner?

    Adam Cogan, one of our TFS MVPs, had his company put together a short animated video on the role of the product owner. I thought it was pretty cool so I figured I’d share it. It’s only a few minutes. It’s worth checking out… ...
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    Visual Studio 2012.4 RC 3 Available

    Every few weeks I’ve been posting about new pre-releases for VS/TFS 2012 Update 4.  Yesterday we released another one – RC 3. Important links: Download location KB Article Among other things, the KB article contains a list of fixes in Update 4. ...
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    Visual Studio 2013 & TFS 2013 RC is available

    Today we released the Release Candidate for the VS 2013 suite of products. This is a “go-live” production worthy version and will likely be the last publicly available build before we RTM. I strongly encourage you to try it out and let us...
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    Team Foundation Service Update – Sept 9

    Today we deployed our sprint 53 work to Team Foundation Service and posted the release notes about the changes.  When I wrote last sprint’s release notes , I alluded to “one more nice big new feature”.  While “big” is in the eye of the beholder...
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    Expanding Windows Azure MSDN Benefit

    We are expanding the Windows Azure MSDN benefit to two additional subscription levels: MSDN Platforms and Visual Studio Test Professional with MSDN. MSDN Platforms subscribers will receive a $100 monthly credit, while Visual Studio Test Professional with...
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