Microsoft UK Developer Tools Team

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January, 2007

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About Microsoft UK Developer Tools Team

This is a blog about things that interest our team, in particular topics around microsoft developer tools such as Visual Studio Team System,  MSDN subscriptions and licensing. These may be interest to you too.  Sometimes we will go way off topic, we'll try to answer questions that we get through our blog, but mostly there'll be just a few snippits of information that catch our eye.  Things coming up, stuff we've seen, other bloggers who come up with something unusual, or something just plain daft or amusing to us.

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    ALM track at the Architect Insight Conference

    Details of the annual Architect Insight Conference have been release and this year there is a Lifecycle track. This supports my view that the responsibility of an architect or architect team extends beyond raw technology but should include processes and...
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    Tell us what you think about TFS Reporting

    The Management, Work Item Tracking and Reporting features of TFS guys are asking for some feedback on the reporting features in TFS. If you have looked at TFS reporting and have likes, dislikes or requests, please go along to:
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    Installing the TFS Power Toys on Vista

    If you try and install the Team Foundation Server Power Toys (or Tools) on a Vista machine, you may well see the following error: Error 1721. There is a problem with this Windows Installer package. A program required for this install to complete...
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    IEeee! just RTM'ed

    Ok, so RTM'ed is a big exaggeration, but I've updated IEeee - the IE addin to allow you to raise bugs straight from the browser to TFS. I’ve also made the following changes: I've fixed a couple of bugs – occasionally an assert dialog would...
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    Automatically raise bugs from IE

    Have you ever been in a position where someone raises a bug on a web page that you have been working on, but doesn't supply enough information to allow you to reproduce the problem? Ok, I didn't think it was just me :-) To try and help this, I've written...
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