Archive for the ‘tfs’ Category

Continuous Integration is a software development practice. This practice and name firstly pronounced by Martin Fowler and Kent Beck in 1999. The idea behind this practice is integrating the code that is checked in by developers frequently. Picture this scenario; you have a team of developers and every developer makes checkins their work. All of [...]

Yesterday I presented about TFS 2010 Source Control (Advanced) at the Microsoft ISV Days event. You can see the presentation at the below.

Yesterday I presented about TFS 2010 Source Control (Introduction) at the Microsoft ISV Days event. You can see the presentation at the below.

Microsoft, organized a technical seminar day for Microsoft Istanbul ISV Partners. I had a session about “Visual Studio 2010 and Team Foundation Server 2010 New Team Features”. You can download the presentation from the link below.

Yesterday Team Foundation Server 2010 Power Tools released the RTM version (which means you can use it, this the release which works good with TFS 2010). You can download and get more information about power tools from Visual Studio Gallery. https://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/3e8c9b68-6e39-4577-b9b7-78489b5cb1da This release supports Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2010. The following highlights the tools [...]

Microsoft, organized a technical seminar day for Microsoft Ankara ISV Partners. I had a session about “Visual Studio 2010 and Team Foundation Server 2010 New Team Features”. You can download the presentation from the link below. I want to thank you to Microsoft DPE Team members and Ed for his support about presentation material.

Brian Harry (from Microsoft VS team) posted a blog entry about TFS 2010 power tools. Brian lists the removed features power tool feature. Cool down! Removed because these features now is a TFS product feature. No need to install power tools for these features. Quotes from Brian’s post: Build Notifications – Now BuildNotification.exe in Team [...]

You can not delete a Team Project from Source Control Explorer. When you try to delete it from Source Control Explorer in Visual Studio, it says to use team project deletion tool. You can remove a team project from Team Foundation Server when the project is no longer required by using TFSDeleteProject.exe. Open Visual Studio [...]

Team System contains a server software named Team Foundation Server Proxy for using TFS SCM in remote locations with more efficient way. Image at the below gives you ideas about using the TFS Proxy. Think about that;  you have a distributed development environment, there are developers in another office location of your company. They can [...]


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