Did you know that you can connect a Test Controller to Team Foundation Service? And if you can do that, can you create standard environments for automated deployment and testing against the cloud?
I have been working a lot recently with the new Team Foundation Service (TFS Preview) that Microsoft is providing in Azure. I was building an application called TFS Field Annotate that allows you to spelunk a fields changes. One of the problems I ran into is how to Unit Test this. I have been doing […]
Do you make lots of edits to your TFS Work Items? Do you ever look at a field in the UI and think… last time I looked that was a 4? Why is it a 6? Who changed it? if you have, then the TFS Field Annotate is for you. Connect to TFS, select a […]
If you want to connect to the Team Foundation Service (TFS Preview) API you are going to need some credentials in order to connect. That’s right, where do you expect to store your Live ID for connecting? Do you expect to add it to the windows credentials store? What about having the user manually add […]
At the MVP Summit I was appalled by the number of people who asked questions about new features for supporting hierarchical tasks! I shared a disgusted look with Peter Provost and we had a quick (and I mean really quick) conversation that resulted in this post. it really comes down to one thing: You can’t […]
It has been noted by a few that there is currently no way to corporately control Live ID’s and their use with Visual Studio 2012 Team Foundation Service. These folks are only partially right as there is a work around, which I use myself. I have had a custom Live ID for the last 10 […]
Over on the Northwest Cadence blog we are doing a big push on Visual Studio 11 (dev11) content. I and my colleagues will be delivering content on Visual Studio 11, Visual Studio 11 Team Foundation Server & Visual Studio Team Foundation Service (AKA TFS Preview). I have been concentrating on the hosted (azure) version of […]