Brian Harry’s TFS Roadmap

As many customer questions always tend around the roadmap topic, I wanted to be sure, that everyone has seen Brian Harry’s Infromation about our Roadmap: http://blogs.msdn.com/bharry/archive/2006/11/30/team-foundation-server-roadmap.aspx. He describes the ways we will deliver new value and gives a deep look into Orcas Features.

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TFS and Cruise Control

Many customers have asked me about cruise control, so I am pretty happy to see a TFS Plugin for Cruise Control .NET on CodePlex. For those of you who till now have not seen CodePlex: CodePlex is Microsoft’s open source project hosting web site. More TFS Projects are hosted here and the really great news…

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Database Professional is available

After RTM of the Team Edition for Database Professionals on Dec. 1st I wanted to be sure, that no one misses the availability on MSDN. Team Suite Customers with an active Premium Subscription can downloading it now and will like always have the bits before anyone else can install then. Go ahead and give this…

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TFS Power Toys on Vista

If you also have problems installing Power Toys on a Vista machine, perhaps Eds post may help ypou along: http://blogs.msdn.com/edhintz/archive/2006/10/24/installing-team-foundation-powertoys-on-vista.aspx

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Delphi and Eclipse with Team Foundation Server Version Control

I just realized, that you can also we also integrate with Delphi through a partner solution. Eclipse is really good covered through Teamprise. Here you get a fully fletched Team Explorer which help greatly also beyond version control.

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Migration is coming

Today I want to show you 2 migration related topics. First I want you to be sure not to miss an article from Steven St. Jean that really describes the VSS to TFS Migration in a great way. (Direct Link) Also I am glad that we now can speak public about our invest in building…

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Project Server Connector is available

Normally I try not to repeat to much content from other blogs but this topic is really asked so frequently by customers, so I want to be sure no one will miss the availability:   ANNOUNCING THE VISUAL STUDIO TEAM SYSTEM – PROJECT SERVER CONNECTOR! We are pleased to announce general availability of the Project…

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WebAccess for Team System

I believe one or another has heard about Teamplains WebAccess, a great tool, offering fully fletched WebAccess for Team Foundation Server. If you are interessted you can check it out live: http://demo.teamplain.com Besides the fact having a WebAccess the tool also demonstrates the great extensibility features, that Team System offers!

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Interesting Webcasts

I wanted to point you to a few upcoming English Webcasts, even they are not all running at an German friendly timeframe: Visual Studio Team Foundation Server HOW TO: Plan for, Install, and Configure Thursday, November 16, 2006 2:00 PM Central Time (US & Canada)   Visual Studio 2005 and MSDN – a procurement perspective…

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A first motivation entry – Data Generation with DBPro

Actually I planned to really keep news, technical information and motivation entries in balance but as you probably already recognized, the motivation section really slipped. Reason behind is not the lack of motivation, more a bit lack of time 🙂 But now here we go: Late summer I did set up a whole new VPC…

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