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  • Blog Post: When would I use a Branch for Developer Scenario?

    Question: Any opinion on branch per developer approach? This is the first time I have come across it someplace and feel that there's just no reason too. I've been through the branching guidance and even use your article in MSDN magazine from earlier this year as reference. The development teams are offshore...
  • Blog Post: Isolating and Integrating Parallel Feature Teams working on Separate Overlapping Releases

    Customer scenario: How should I isolate (and integrate) changes when working with: 3 parallel efforts (two parallel development efforts, working on separate releases of the product and production support) Production(version 2.0) with the need to issue hotfixes on then current production version Development...
  • Blog Post: Branching–Sprint is Done, Some Features Are Not

    Download the latest VS ALM Rangers Branching Guidance Here: http://tfsbranchingguideiii.codeplex.com/   Background – I keep getting this question: I have a quick question for you on branching in Scrum and feature management.  My client is using Scrum and if we look at the branching structure...
  • Blog Post: Branching for Scrum

    This article presents a perspective on Source Control Management (SCM) using Team Foundation Server (TFS) with Scrum projects. Although I start with a short overview of Scrum to lay the foundation for the concepts, the essence of this article is to present TFS Branching Concepts for Scrum projects, large...
  • Blog Post: Parallel Feature Teams working on multiple releases in development. Monthly releases to production.

    I recently received a question from a customer who is dealing with the need to support multiple feature teams working on multiple releases in development. They asked how to structure branching to support this environment. Background: My company is, for all practical purposes, a dot com. We have a single...
  • Blog Post: Branching for Agile Development

    I was recently asked a question based on the following presentation from Google: How Google Speeds Up The Chrome Release Cycle (Slideshow) The main part of the article that interests me is the following: "Anthony LaForge, the technical program manager at Google overseeing Chrome development, created...
  • Blog Post: Supporting Multiple Feature Teams, Multiple Development Cycles and Multiple Releases in an agile way

      In answer to the following question: “Are you advising that we wait until the build on Main is stable and all dependent systems are ready before we attempt to deploy anything?  This makes a hard-to-hit-target nearly impossible to hit (we have multiple teams, so it is already complex as it...
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