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.


With the next release you will be able to connect to any external (not on same domain) TFS server including CodePlex servers and load up your projects. The TFS Sticky Buddy guest stars above.


One of the major improvements is the ability to add skins for different TFS life Cycles. I have a “Default” setting and you can change it to the Codeplex Template. Over time I will be adding others, but I only have access to CodePlex, and my local production TFS server, so if you want a custom one, you may need to build it yourself…

If you want a go of these features you will need to download the source and build the main folder code… but there will be a release soon..


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