Links to code samples


I recently had to put together a list of links to code samples.  This isn’t even close to comprehensive, but it should help you get going if you are looking for something.

Version Control

TFS

Work Item Tracking

Comments (10)

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  4. VMK says:

    Hi! I’m not sure if this problem can be solved by a block of code or if there is another way to do this, but any and all help is appreciated.

    At our company we have only recently started using Team System for Visual Studio and we are currently also using the Conchango addin for SCRUM V1.0.

    The goal is for everyone on the team to use TFS to check in, report etc. However to generate reports for management we need numbers that are not normally displayed in the Team reports. For those not familiar with SCRUM, it proceeds in Sprints which are like iterations if you will. We need to be able to pull out work item history data- creation date, as and when they were updated, hours remaining, etc. We still have not been able to figure how to do that and get that data into Excel except by doing it manually.

    Like I said, I’m not sure if this was the right place to post the inquiry…but we could really use the help.

    Thank You :)

  5. Buck Hodges says:

    Rob Caron mentioned that the SDK documentation is now on the MSDN web site.  That SDK documentation…

  6. buckh says:

    VMK, does the Task Burndown report in the Samples directory of the following collection of team system reports help?

    http://blogs.msdn.com/tompatton/archive/2006/05/07/591713.aspx

    Buck

  7. Buck Hodges says:

    Occasionally the question of whether to use the TeamFoundationServerFactory.GetServer() method or the…

  8. AndrewSeven says:

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