Rob Caron

Developer-related topics and other stuff.

October, 2005

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    Team Foundation Server Setup Experience

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    The Team Foundation Server setup experience has been evolving for over a year now in response to feedback we’ve received from people like you. While we’ve made significant progress since that first release last year as Visual Studio 2005 Beta 1 Refresh...
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    Now Blogging: Bill Gibson

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    Bill Gibson , PM for the Distributed System Designers (fka Whitehorse), has started blogging. If you ever wanted a better understanding of the how and why around these designers, you should do yourself a favor and read his blog (and the docs of course...
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    Peter Coffee: Little Things Mean a Lot

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    In the October 10th edition of his weekly opinion column on eWeek , Peter Coffe finishes with a discussion of Five S that touches on something that struck me as being in tune with something Team System helps provide. Little Things Mean a Lot ...
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    Managing Your Development Process with Team System

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    There’s a new article on MSDN that looks at Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team System's features for modeling and verifying source code. Managing Your Development Process with Visual Studio 2005 Team System The development process today is a black...
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    Team Foundation Dogfood Statistics - September

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    John Lawrence and Brian Harry have just posted our Team Foundation dogfooding statistics for September. See both posts for commentary: Brian Harry: Team Foundation Dogfood stats John Lawrence: September Team Foundation Dogfood Statistics
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    Team Foundation Server, Domains & Workgroups

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    You can install Team Foundation Server using one of two deployment models: single-server (application and data tier on the same computer) or dual-server (application and data tier on separate computers). In a single-server deployment, you have the option...
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    Team Foundation Server and Windows SharePoint Services SP2

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    If you install Windows SharePoint Services SP2, you may receive a TF31002 (Unable to connect) error. This is because SP2 disables NTLM authentication on the default site virtual server in favor of using Kerberos authentication. To use a script to enable...
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    Viewing On-Demand Webcasts

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    Someone posted a comment to a recent post I made about the MSDN Subscription Webcast that they were having difficulty accessing the on-demand version. After registering, you'll see a page that looks like this: To view the Webcast, click the Live...
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    Team System Carnival

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    I haven’t done my usual New Team System Stuff post since August. Recently, I’ve stumbled on something called a blog carnival. After learning more about them, I want to do the same for Team System – perhaps on TeamSystemRocks.com? What’s a blog carnival...
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    Extending Team System

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    Martin Woodward has created a workspace for Team System Plug-Ins on SourceForge. If you’re looking for a fun coding project – get involved. Perhaps this might move to GotDotNet sometime in the future…follow Korby’s blog for more info. VSTSPlugins...
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    Measuring Velocity with Earned Value: XP in a CMMI Level 3 Environment

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    In a previous post [ 1 ], I pointed to posts by David Anderson, Joel Semeniuk, Glen Alleman and Dave McKinstry on the discussion of Agile and CMMI compatability. In the AgileProjectManagement Yahoo! group, Glen pointed to this paper (PDF): Making Agile...
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    New Team System Stuff - 2005-10-05

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    I know I'm way behind (over 40 days!) on my usual posts where I aggregate Team System content. This post is just to keep this feed fresh until I can catch-up on my regular New Team System Stuff posts. Team Foundation Server on a Domain Controller...
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    Team Foundation Server on a Domain Controller

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    If you choose to install Team Foundation Server on a domain controller (less than optimal), you’re going to have some issues. The one I’d like to address here is this one, which happens when viewing reports (including through the team project portal site...
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    PDC05 Online

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    They keynotes are available for on-demand viewing: Bill Gates and Jim Allchin * Eric Rudder Steven Sinofsky Bob Muglia And the breakout session PowerPoint slides are available for download , including several for Team System. [via PDC05...
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    It's All Just a Blur

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    Wow, I blew by two personal milestones last month: my 500th post (on 9/7) and my 10th anniversary since leaving the Navy (on 9/25). For the former, I never thought this blog would live that long. For the latter, it sometimes feels relatively recent, but...
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    Ian Huff Explores the Managed Code Analysis Tool

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    From time to time, members of the Team System team get an opportunity to back away from their corner of the product to go explore another more fully. Team rivalry aside, they are typically impressed by what they find. In this post, Ian Huff of profiling...
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    MSDN Webcast: The MSDN Subscription Evolution

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    With Visual Studio 2005 Launch rapidly approaching, and the changes that will bring to MSDN Subscriptions, you should take the time to see how this will impact you. If you have an MSDN Subscription today, you need to view this webcast. If you don’t have...
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    My Photos from MVP Summit 2005

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    I just finished uploading my photos from the MVP Summit to my Flickr account. This set includes photos of some of the first "Visual Developer - VSTS" MVPs. For those who were asking for copies, you can grab them from here .
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    Peter Himschoot on Enterprise Source Control with Visual Studio Team System

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    Peter Himschoot (Microsoft Regional Director and an architect and trainer for U2U , specializing in .NET, Team System and BizTalk) has a new article on Team System Version Control, which is available on the Microsoft België & Luxemburg MSDN site:...
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    Brian Harry on What's New in Team Foundation Server Beta 3

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    Brian Harry , Product Unit Manager for Team Foundation , has the scoop on what was accomplished between Beta 2 and Beta 3 for Team Foundation. He also shares some information about some forthcoming Team Foundation Power Toys. Brian Harry : What...
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