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Carlos Santos,

Unless you've developed a one-off application, you're more than likely going to need to need to branch. In this post, I'll point you to some great documentation on how to decide on what your branching ...

Carlos Santos,

The below repository structure is taken from a couple of sources and personal experience. Part of it is from the TFS Guide. Now don't dismiss it just because it comes from the TFS guide. It has great advice ...

Aaron Kowall,

Today is TechDays in Winnipeg. Today I’m doing a session on upgrading to TFS 2010 and new features in VS 2010. Tomorrow I’m doing a session on Configuration Management with TFS. I’m looking forward to ...

David V. Corbin,

I will formally announce that I have written some of the baddest [actually meaning worse, and not the venaculare where bad is really good] code in the universe. How do I know this? Because I have carefully ...

EltonStoneman,

[Source: http://geekswithblogs.net/E... I've been posting code samples and walkthroughs on MSDN Code Gallery for a while now – keeping them distinct from CodePlex which I use for fully-fledged ...

Jennifer Zouak,

Here is a list of the items in my "essentials" toolkit this year (in no particular order): Remote Desktop + Citrix Metaframe + Rogers wireless USB key -- lets me work on the train!!! Microsoft Visual Studio ...

martin,

Build fails from some strange reason or build does not perform the things you expect it to do, what to do? Every team build in the TeamBuildTypes folder contains a TFSBuild.rsp file, perform a check out ...

MikeParks,

We recently had Stephen Toub, a Senior Program Manager on the Parallel Computing Platform team at Microsoft, swing by our office and walked us through some really cool ways to start implementing parallel ...

Martin Hinshelwood,

*Moved to: A change for the better #2In the last 2+ years at Aggreko I have worked with Visual Studio 2008 Team Foundation Server, Office SharePoint Server 2007 and a number of WPF, Silverlight and ASP.NET ...