Buck Hodges

Visual Studio Online, Team Foundation Server, MSDN

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  • Blog Post: How we deploy Visual Studio Online using Release Management

    We use VS Release Management (RM) to deploy Visual Studio Online (VSO), and this post will describe the process. Credit for this work goes to Justin Pinnix, who’s been the driving force in orchestrating our deployments with RM. This documentation will help you get familiar with how RM works and how you...
  • Blog Post: Add, edit, rename, and delete files in the web browser with Visual Studio Online and TFS 2015

    Back in the December 17th update , we added the ability to make changes to files in the web UI, and it works for both TFVC and Git. Edit is easy to find, since it’s right above the content on the screen. Add, rename, and delete are available through drop down menus. Let’s take a look at where those are...
  • Blog Post: Moving TFS to cloud cadence and Visual Studio Online

    We get quite a few questions from customers on how we made the transition to shipping both an on-premises product and a cloud service. We moved from shipping every 2-3 years to shipping Visual Studio Online every three weeks and TFS every 3-4 months. You’ve probably seen the great set of vignettes...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio Online reliability improvements

    We’ve had a number of outages and other serious incidents in recent months. It’s clear we haven’t done enough to invest in reliability of the service, and I want to give you some insight into what we are working on that will be coming in January and beyond. First I want to give you a very brief description...
  • Blog Post: How to add licensed users to VS Online via the API

    A while back someone asked a question about how to use the API to add licensed users to a VSO account and change licenses for existing users (instead of the web UI to invite and assign licenses to users ). Abhijeet, a dev on my team, gave me some code to get me started, as the identity APIs are not easy...
  • Blog Post: Azure Portal Preview and Visual Studio Online: Adding a user

    Today at the Build Conference, we showed a preview of the new Azure Portal, and that includes a preview of deep integration with Visual Studio Online . As with any preview, it has some rough edges and limitations. One of the limitations is that you have to create a new Visual Studio Online account through...
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