This morning I sat down with Brian Harry and helped him set up a blog on blogs.msdn.com. Brian is the product unit manager (PUM) for Visual Studio Team Foundation, which his team is developing down in North Carolina.  Josh Ledgard recently posted a bio of all the Team System managers, including Brian's:

Brian Harry Posted in the Team Foundations Group (Think new source control!):

“I'm Brian Harry, Product Unit Manager for Visual Studio Team Foundation.  I've
been with Microsoft 10 years and worked on a variety of technologies.  I
came to Microsoft in Nov '94 when One Tree Software (makers of SourceSafe)
was acquired.  After continuing on SourceSafe for a year or so, I had brief
stint on the Microsoft repository and was then one of the founding members
of what eventually became the Common Language Runtime.  I'm probably best
known (notoriously ?) for a widely distributed and controversial treatise on
deterministic finalization a few years ago.  After working on the .NET
Framework through V1.1 I moved back into the developer tools space and am
excited about helping make development teams more effective through the
Visual Studio Team System.”

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Other Team Foundation blogs to watch include Brian White (work item management), Eric Adams(testing), Buck Hodges (source control), and of course, mine!