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Denis Pitcher,

After a couple painfull rollbacks of TFS checkins I dreaded doing so again with TFS Powertoys or individually checking out specific file versions one by one. This time I found a much easier trick. Open ...

Chris Eargle,

I was tasked today with fixing the reporting in Team Foundation Server. The Team System cube either does not exist or has not been processed.Note: Cross posted from KodefuGuru. Permalink ...

Martin Hinshelwood,

*Moved to: Connecting VS2010 to TFS 2008Connecting Visual Studio 2010 to Team Foundation Server 2008 is a snitch… If you have done it from VS200x to TFS200x then you will have no problems understanding ...

Aaron Kowall,

Azure session with Chappel was pretty good. I have a better perspective on where Azure fits in. Then attended: OFC03-INT - Integrating Application Lifecycle Management and Project Portfolio Management. ...

Martin Hinshelwood,

*Moved to: Fail a build if tests failIt took me longer than I thought it would to find this, but is you are using TFS2008 and you want builds to fail if any of the tests fail then you can add the following ...

Chris Eargle,

Brian Harry has posted a list of features that will be in the upcoming beta 1 of Visual Studio 2010 Team System. Unfortunately, the date of release for beta 1 has not been announced yet. Architecture (http://blogs.msdn.com/came... ...

Aaron Kowall,

Brian Harry is continuing his series on new VSTS 2010 features. His latest entry deals with some restructuring of the Team Foundation Server and specifically the way projects are stored. Team Project Collections ...

Eric Nelson,

Development related: Extend IE7 and IE8: Make extending IE7 and IE8 that much easier with a little spicIE :-) With SpicIE you can develop your own event handlers, toolbar buttons, menu entries, toolbars ...

Chris Eargle,

I attended the MVP Global Summit 2009 in Seattle/Redmond, Washington a couple of weeks ago. I had a pretty good time hanging out with other MVPs and the Managed Languages team. I learned a lot, and I had ...