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Team Foundation Server has a pretty slick security model for source code.á On my current project, we have run into a situation that requires us to have two development teams running in parallel but deploying ...

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So I have something I need to admit in public. Sometimes I do things the hard way. I came across a tool called the Process Template Editor a while back and scoffed. Why would I ever need anything other ...

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Microsoft announced its new DBA role for Team System yesterday! This is exciting because it extends the database project that was in 2003 and 2005 and includes features like adding procedure code to TFS ...

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I have been installing Team Foundation Server since Beta 2, so I have seen the installation go from very difficult to quite easy. One issue that we came across at my client site was that the default installation ...

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I have been doing a few web casts for Team System recently and found out that presenting from a VPC over LiveMeeting is absolutely horrible. I have a 3.4 gig laptop with 2 gigs of RAM, so my machine is ...

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Team Build is a very powerful tool, but it does not do scheduled builds out of the box. Fortunately, creating a scheduled build is very easy. With my current project, I have created a Build Type called ...

Kirstin Juhl,

One of the questions that came out of my TFS talk at the Magenic Technology Summit was: How do you go about customizing one of the existing templates provided for TFS, such as MSF Agile? We may want to ...

Mohammad Ashraful Alam,

Microsoft is releasing new and exciting products and platforms for developers one by one, which are making developers pretty busy to learn, implement and utilize them at their production environment. Here ...

Nitin,

If you're a fan of symbolic links in *nix, you'll probably be excited to know that we've got them in the Windows world too (and they're called NTFS junction points). The reason most people haven't heard ...

Mike Azocar,

I have been bugging Eric Lee to release an update to his work item moving tool called Hemi. Not only did he release it, but he created a CodePlex project so that the community can also extend it in the ...

Etienne Tremblay,

I could not pass on this blog post and tell you about that. Go watch this and appreciate it for what it is; A great geek gadget... I WANT ONE Brian the Build Bunny You can get that bad boy here. Rock on ...

Martin Hinshelwood,

*Moved to: TFS Event Handler UpdateThe TFS Event Handler project on CodePlex has been updated today to take care of a number of bugs that were introduced in the last update. These have all been fixed and ...

Maina Donaldson,

Join my colleagues of the Magenic Technology Council (MTC) at the first annual Technology Summit in Chicago on June 20, 2008. This geeky, two-track, day-long mini-conference is packed with great sessions ...

Chris Williams,

Coming Friday, June 20th in Downers Grove, IL The Magenic Technology Summit is a full day of Magenic-provided training. We have lined up an impressive array of speakers and topics in two tracks, .NET development ...

Martin Hinshelwood,

*Moved to: Vote for your featureI am currently taking votes for which features will make it into the next version of the TFS Sticky Buddy (v1.1 CTP 1), which will move towards v2.0. The current list of ...

Martin Hinshelwood,

*Moved to: TFS Sticky Buddy v1.0This is the first full release of the TFS Sticky Buddy application written in VB.NET 9 and WPF with Visual Studio 2008 Team Suit. Read more...Follow my new blog on http://blog.hinshelwood.com ...

Martin Hinshelwood,

*Moved to: End of another Sticky week...As you have probably noticed I have been soldiering on with the TFS Sticky Buddy project, and I though I would share. Read more...Follow my new blog on http://blog.hinshelwood.com ...