Open-source with VSTS or TFS and Github for better DevOps
I have had quite a few requests from folks that want to use the full capabilities of VSTS or TFS but really need to have the code published in Github […]
ALM Consulting in Scotland, UK, Scandinavia & Europe
Well, that’s me started ALM Consulting in Scotland, UK & Europe as naked ALM Consulting – Martin Hinshelwood. As I write this I am on a train on my way to my first engagement in the north of England is what looks to be and awesome group of folks to talk a little Scrum and Team Foundation Build.
Why you need to tag your build servers in TFS
At SSW we use gated check-in for all of our projects. The benefits are based on the number of developers you have working on your project. Lets say you have […]
Who broke the build?
I recently sent round a list of broken builds at SSW and asked for them to be fixed or deleted if they are not being used. My colleague Peter came […]
Do you know the minimum builds to create on any branch?
When creating projects one of the only ways that you have of proving that it works and is a viable solution is to build it. This is easy when you […]
Finding the problem on a partially succeeded build on Team Foundation Build Services 2010
Now that I have the Build failing because of a genuine bug and not just because of a test framework failure, lets see if we can trace through to finding […]
Solution: Testing Web Services with MSTest on Team Foundation Build Services 2010
Guess what. About 20 minutes after I fixed the build, Allan broke it again! Update: 4th March 2010 – After having huge problems getting this working I read Billy Wang’s […]
Solution: Getting Silverlight to build on Team Foundation Build Services 2010
This is SSW’s first time using Team Build 2010 to automatically create a Silverlight application. In the past the guys have used Cruse Control, but we want to move to […]