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  • Blog Post: Git-TF 2.0 update available

    Yesterday, we released our second major version of Git-TF.  To refresh your memory, Git-TF allows developers to use Git locally and “sync-up” with a central TFS server.  It’s a particularly nice way to, for example, enable integrated version control is XCode but still participate in a team...
  • Blog Post: Team Foundation Service RTM

    Today, we announced that the Team Foundation Service has released.  Read more about it on the service web site here: http://tfs.visualstudio.com/en-us/home/news/ . I wanted to provide a bit of my own commentary (beyond what I put on the web site news)… Our original plan was to hold RTM until all...
  • Blog Post: Team Foundation Service Updates – Oct 29th

    Yesterday, we deployed our sprint 38 work to the service. You can read the release notes on the service here: http://tfspreview.com/en-us/home/news/2012/oct-29/ Other than some bug fixes, this sprint was primarily about our build automation features. We announced the new build drops feature, the ability...
  • Blog Post: Team Foundation Service Updates 9/17

    Yesterday we published a new update for the Team Foundation Service. You can read more about what’s in it here: http://tfspreview.com/en-us/home/news/2012/sep-17/ A couple of notes… You’ll notice that the release notes, this week, were written by Aaron Bjork rather than me. Aaron...
  • Blog Post: TFS 2012 Power Tools are now available!

    I know many of you have been waiting patiently.  I apologize for the delay.  They actually shipped yesterday but I didn’t have time to write a blog post about it until tonight. Team Foundations Server 2012 Power Tools A few reminders about how Power Tools work and comments on this release…...
  • Blog Post: Team Foundation Service Updates 8/27

    It’s that time again!  Today we deployed the results of our latest sprint (Sprint 35) to Team Foundation Service . You can read the release notes here: http://tfspreview.com/en-us/home/news/2012/aug-27/ As usual, it might take a few hours for all features to show up in all accounts. Note, we’ve...
  • Blog Post: Announcing Git Integration with TFS

    Distributed Version Control (DVCS) has a growing following. It enables a set of workflows that can be very handy and Git is an increasingly popular DVCS solution. Today, we are announcing Git-tf, a solution that enables you to work locally with a Git repo – edit, commit, revert, branch, merge,...
  • Blog Post: Introducing Kanban

    Today, we enabled a new kanban board Team Foundation Service.  Check out the news here for more information about  the experience and how we plan to evolve it. I also wanted to mention that our plan is to include the kanban support in our first TFS 2012 on premises update later this fall. ...
  • Blog Post: Team Foundation Service Updates - 8/6

    Today we deployed a service update with our sprint 34 work. As part of this, we have introduced a new "News" section on the tfspreview.com site. Here's a link to today's news: http://tfspreview.com/en-us/home/news/2012/aug-6/ . Unfortunately, we don't seem to have a news perma-link. I'll have to look...
  • Blog Post: Team Foundation Service Updates 7/16

    This sprint is the smallest service change in a while.  It was the last sprint for really wrapping up our TFS 11 on-premises work so most of our effort went into that.  I’m expecting that we’ll see a significant increase in new service capabilities over the next couple of months. So, for the...
  • Blog Post: Team Foundation Services Updates 6/26

    Well, the last 3 weeks were busy. We announced our Azure Continuous Deployment support and removed the invitation codes to open the service up to everyone. As I wrote in my Spring wrap up post , we’ve kind of emptied the pipeline of all of the big stuff we’ve had in progress. So this sprint...
  • Blog Post: Team Foundation Service Preview is public!

    Since we announced the Team Foundation Service Preview at the BUILD conference last year, we’ve limited the onboarding of new customers by requiring invitation codes to create accounts. The main reason for this has been to control the growth of the service to make sure it didn’t run away...
  • Blog Post: Announcing Continuous Deployment to Azure with Team Foundation Service

    I mentioned earlier this week in my sprint 31 deployment post that we were working on some bigger things I wasn’t ready to talk about yet.  Well, this is one of them…. As development organizations are trying to improve the cycle times on their development process – getting ideas through development...
  • Blog Post: Team Foundation Services Updates 6/4

    We’ve just finished sprint 31 and today we deployed it to the service. In all, it a modest set of things but some nice improvements. We’re now starting to get to the point that new things showing up on the service are ahead of what we have in the on premises product. Some of this will show...
  • Blog Post: A Community for Storyboard Shapes

    A while ago, I wrote a post about the importance of feedback in the software development process.  In that post I introduced a new storyboarding tool that we’ve built as part of the VS 11 wave of products that enables you to collect feedback on your designs before you write a line of code. ...
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