Virtual PC Guy describes how you can use Virtual Server on Windows Vista without running IE “as administrator”. Even though there are many scenarios in which a developer has to approve elevation of priviledges for common developer tasks, it is always nice to have one less.
As I noted in a previous post SysInternals is now part of Microsoft, and the tools have finally been made available at TechNet. You can download them at http://www.microsoft.com/technet/sysinternals/default.mspx. My favorite tool is DebugView, I use it all the time and so should you!
Andrew Coates has a post about VSTS Resource Guide for Developers and Architects, I particularly find the looong list of webcasts interesting.
The Level 200 training that I wrote about earlier (see Ramping up on Team Foundation Server – Some Guidance) has now been released, you can download at http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=527e2a17-1dea-4d0b-9484-6ae43d00e570&displaylang=en. I do recommend the labs to anyone who wants to learn about TFS (or VSTS), and you will also find PowerPoints to help you ramp-up your skills….
This is a list of all projects in CodePlex that is tagged for TFS. After a quick review of the list I think TFS Code Review Workflow looks interesting, not only for providing interesting funtionality but also because it shows the extent to which you can customize your process in TFS.