Team Foundation Server Migration Toolkit

Matthew Mitrik, a PM on the Team Foundation Server, blogged about the TFS Migration Toolkit that his team is building. As more and more customers make the switch to Team Foundation Server, we’ve been seeing some serious demand for tools to help customers migrate to Team Foundation Server from their legacy source control management tools….

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So you think you can code?

Every year Microsoft runs a worldwide student coding contest called The Imagine Cup. (Yes, there is actually a real cup involved just like in many sports.) The competitions kick off with regional events held in many countries and culminate in a final event which will be held in Seoul, Korea this year. I’ve had the opportunity to…

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New Video: Erin Geaney on the Team Foundation Server Power Toys

If you follow Brian Harry’s blog then you’ve probably heard of the Team Foundation Server Power Toys (TFPT). Last month the team refreshed the TFPT bits and added four new Toys to the bundle which Brian blogged about here. I also wanted to capture some demos on Channel 9 so I headed over to Erin Geaney’s office…

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New Tag for Discovering Team System Videos on Channel 9

We recently started tagging new Visual Studio Team System-related content on Channel 9 with a VSTS tag to make them easier to discover. I also just finished tagging all of the older Team System-related content as well. There were several great videos out there, including some that I had never even seen before! There are…

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Adding Custom Controls to a Work Item Type

Last week I posted about the availability of the Visual Studio 2005 SP1 beta. I mentioned that the ability to add custom controls to a Work-Item Type was perhaps my favorite feature added in SP1. Well it looks like Naren Datha has already posted a tutorial which explains how to take advantage of this new functionality. Sweet! Naren…

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