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David Barrett,

I’ve had the fortune of being involved in some pretty complex and elegant Team Build configurations. I’ve started to blog about individual points several times, but ended up figuring that I should instead ...

terje,

Jakob got out a cool checkin policy after a question on the microsoft forums about this. The policy ensures that you have run a code coverage, and that the coverage percentage is above a certain set limit. ...

Jamie Kurtz,

I have a small confession to make... A little TFS web service I built over the past few days was the first “real” production-ready application I’ve ever written from scratch where I’ve been good about ...

ChrisD,

At PDC this year, Microsoft announced a major release of the Windows Workflow Foundations (WF); WF4.0 WF4.0 promises better performance, scalability, control, visibility, and usability than its predecessor. ...

terje,

A build set is a set of builds running on the same solution or set of solutions, catering for different aspects of the Continuous Integration process. Why a set of builds ? Because one size doesn't fit ...

mattjgilbert,

I just had an interesting problem with one of our offshore developers. She couldn’t connect to our TFS server and was getting the dreaded “TF31002: Unable to connect” error. It turned out that we could ...

mattjgilbert,

The Developing Integration Solutions using BizTalk Server 2006 and Team Foundation Server document was just announced. We use TFS internally but are really only amateur users at best so it'll be interesting ...

Yossi Dahan,

earlier this week Microsoft announced the release of the beta version of BizTalk 2009. I’m sure detailed posts of various bits will follow soon, but for now I thought I’d list a few points I’ve picked ...

Chris Eargle,

I've been struggling through a Team Foundation Server 2008 install with Sql Server 2008 over the weekend. It seems to be having an especially hard time with the SQL Server Reporting Services. After analyzing ...

Tim Murphy,

Larry Clarkin of The Thirsty Developer podcast is one of the leaders of the Chicago Architects Group and makes the Microsoft office available for some of our meetings. As we were setting up for last week’s ...

Martin Hinshelwood,

*Moved to: Least opportune time. Here I am slogging my guts out, trying to get TFS Sticky Buddy v2.0 out the door and bang goes the TFS server :(Read more...Follow my new blog on http://blog.hinshelwood.com ...

Mitchell Land,

I can hear your screaming from here (on the plane at who knows how many thousands of feet overhead): "final thoughts, what happened to Days 2, 3, and 4?" Well, in answer to that, I bring you this bit of ...