Build Status TFS Policy, Part II

Since my post yesterday I just decided to update the code and also include Buck’s comments.  I even added a simple installer as a bonus since that last post was just useless.  Here is the new version and this time in a zip 😉


Stop, the build is broken!!

  It’s late, your tired and yet somehow you got stuck fixing the build because junior engineer bob just fired off a check-in and took off.  It looks like the build is now broken because junior hasn’t done a get latest in a month.  In the meantime 10 other people check-in and just end up…


.NET House?

Total geek stuff!!! controlthink home control has released an a .NET SDK to control all of your house automation needs.  Yes, my house is now going to get .NETized.


Visual Studio Team System Chat – Wed, Nov 8th

Join members of the Visual Studio Team System product group to discuss features available in Visual Studio Team Foundation Server, Team Editions for Architects, Developers, Database Pros, and Testers. In addition, discuss what’s new in the latest Community Technology Preview (CTP). Join the chat on Wednesday, November 8th, 2006 from 10:00am – 11:00am Pacific Time….


TfsAlert Source Migrated To CodePlex

This weekend I was hard at work tidying up the TfsAlert source base, fixing Vista breaking changes.  This morning I finally migrated it to CodePlex.  Right now we are actively working on the package for an initial release.  We should have that released later this week. If you download the source there are a few things…


TfsAlert hits the streets!!!

So just what is TfsAlert? TfsAlert is a .Net 3.0 smart client which monitors for subscribed TFS notifications and will display a balloon window in the Windows TaskBar Notification Area.  It is built on top of WCF where you can subscribe to any TFS event you feel fit.  It’s initial focus is around Team Build management but will…


I’m back, blogging again that is.

 Wow, so its really been a long time since I posted any real content. This past year has just been a whirl wind of activities for both my wife and I. We had our first kid, built a new house, yaddaa yaddaa yaaddaa. Before you know it a whole 6 months slipped from your fingers. So enough…