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April, 2010

  • Brian Harry's blog

    Addressing some TFS 2010 client connectivity issues

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    We've seen some reports of client connectivity problems when people upgrade a previous version of TFS to TFS 2010 and configure it to you the same URL. This is the result of some stale client cache info. Bryan Krieger has written a post on recognizing...
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    Your Visual Studio 2010 Dream Machine

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    Now that Visual Studio 2010 has shipped, people are asking about preferred hardware configurations. Customers want to know how to take advantage of all the cool new features that we have packed into this release. We have published minimum hardware and...
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    Configuring TFS to work with MOSS

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    I've seen a few questions lately about configuring TFS with MOSS. The official MSDN documentation isn't quite ready yet. In the mean time, Jon has written a blog post describing the steps necessary to configure it. http://blogs.msdn.com/team_foundation...
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    Office 2003 -> TFS integration breaks when you install VS 2010

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    When we were planning the requirements for TFS 2010, we decided to take a dependency on Office 2007 and later. This enabled us to make some significant improvements to the TFS integration due to extensibility improvements in Office 2007. However, I've...
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    TFS 2010 Power Tools have released

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    Updated 4/27 because I forgot the tfpt addprojectportal and tfpt addprojectreports TFS Power Tools April 2010 release http://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/3e8c9b68-6e39-4577-b9b7-78489b5cb1da TFS MSSCCI Provider 2010 release ...
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    First wave of localized VS 2010 releases

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    Yesterday we released the first wave of localized releases (Japanese, German and French) for VS 2010 on MSDN. You will find the following downloads currently available: · .NET Framework 4 Client Profile (x86 and x64) LangPack - Japanese, German, French...
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    Home at last

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    Well, kinda. I'm actually at work :) But I made it back to North Carolina finally this morning. It was another delay packed trip with about 11 hours of waiting in the Moscow airport and another 7 hours of waiting in New York (due to the missed connection...
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    Early read on TFS 2010 installs

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    I've written quite a bit about how hard we worked in this release to improve the TFS installation process. All through the pre-release process we tracked success rates and issues using telemetry. In every release (beta, ctp, rc, etc), we tried to learn...
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    Travel update

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    After two canceled flights and countless hours of waiting over the weekend, I have, sadly, decided to throw in the towel on the rest of this trip. I lost out on going to Croatia and it was not looking good to get to Prague. Today, they closed Bulgarian...
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    Typemock Conference

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    If you are interested in learning more about unit testing and mocking with Typemock, check out http://site.typemock.com/typemock-academy/ That is if you can get to Norway with all of this volcanic ash :) Brian
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    WPF Performance

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    A few months ago I was writing a great deal about the performance issues that were uncovered in Beta 2 and our efforts to address them.  As a result of your feedback and help the product we have now released is TREMENDOUSLY better.  Thank you...
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    VM Prep Tool for Lab Management

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    All through the 2010 Beta cycle, we got feedback that the new lab management capabilities were really cool but just too dang hard to get configured (sound familiar? :)).  Well, we’ve been working hard on it since about July of last year and each...
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    TFS and Azure

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    We’ve started an investigation effort to see how hard it would be to get TFS running on Azure.  The thing we thought would be hardest was getting our extensive SQL Server code working.  It turns out we were wrong.  It was really easy. ...
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    VS2010 has Shipped

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    I expect you know this by now :)  It’s all we’ve been talking about since Monday.  It and all of the related products are available here: http://www.microsoft.com/visualstudio/en-us/download .  This link also has a bunch of pointers to...
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    Volcanic Ash

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    Well the cloud of volcanic ash from Iceland that is covering much of Europe currently has me grounded in Moscow. I’m supposed to be on my way for the rest of my launch presentations but I suppose that will have to wait. In the mean time, I think I’ll...
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    Been quiet a while

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    Sorry about that. It's been a busy time. Right now I'm in Russia (and have been for the past week). I'm doing VS 2010 launch events across Eastern Europe. Before that I had to take some time off to handle the spring farm work :) And then I was busy getting...
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