You should be aware of a number of updates to TFS 2010, one is available now, the other two coming soon…. Here they are: 1. TFS has been re-released (available now on MSDN) to include an important fix, solving a specific problem when upgrading from 2008 to 2010. To learn more about this issue see Brian Harry’s blog post. 2. TFS update patch…
TimelyMigration offers a migration tool to move your Subversion, StarTeam and CVS repositories to Microsoft Team Foundation Server – check it out here. Our folks in Redmond have only good things to say about them – so try them out!
If you monitor Brian Harry’s blog you already know we have released a new TFS Powertool. I am not going to repeat Brian’s elaborate post, but pick a couple of things I really like: 1) IM capabilities in TFS – no more excuses for not communicating with your peers – instantly and in many different…
If you are responsible for managing a Team Foundation Server check out the Team Foundation Server Administration Tool. It’ll make your life with TFS even easier 🙂
I get asked this question a lot – usually when TFS stopped working because the trial license expired….. If you are in this situation don’t panic and don’t call me – the answer is right here.
If you are using one of the technologies listed below and want to use TFS 2008, you may want to check out our new MSSCCI provider we just released. You can download it here. Visual Studio .NET 2003 Visual C++ 6 SP6 Visual Visual Basic 6 SP6 Visual FoxPro 9 SP1 Microsoft Access 2003 SP2…
The VSTS2008TFSPT (short for Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Power Tools) have been released…. It’s a mouthful but there are some interesting features, check it out here.
If you plan upgrading from TFS 2005 to TFS 2008 you may want to have a look at this migration tool. Make sure you understand the limitations of the tool.
Planning the installation and operation of a Team Foundation Server can be daunting at times, there are so many things to consider. Microsoft just released the Team Foundation Operations Guidance to address this issue. Check it out here: http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb663036(VS.80).aspx
For a definitive list of feature in Team Foundation Server 2008 (i.e. Orcas) check out Brian Harry’s blog: http://blogs.msdn.com/bharry/archive/2007/08/08/final-tfs-2008-feature-list.aspx