Did you know that Team Foundation Server 2013 is production ready?
I have been engaging with complexity for a company in Silicon Valley that is doing one of the most complex Team Foundation Server migrations that I think I have ever seen
Issue [ TFS 2012.2 ] Detaching collection fails on SnapshotIdentities with object reference not set to an instance of an object
When you try to detach a Team Project Collection in Team Foundation Server the process fails on SnapshotIdentities with an “object reference not set to an instance of an object” error. While this does not inhibit the execution of TFS there is likely a good reason that you wanted to detach and found this issue.
You may get a “workspace already exists” when you have VS 2008 or VS 2010 installed as well as VS 2012 and you try to connect them to TFS 2012.
Upgrading your process template from MSF for Agile 4 to Visual Studio Scrum 2.x can be a daunting and scary task. While you do need to be careful it is relatively simple to achieve safely.
Working within a single Team Project with Team Foundation Server 2012 provides a lot of benefits. There are however many design consideration for working within a single team project and we need to consider all of the complexities that is entails.
By the time you hit the AgentScope activity in a TF Build workflow you are already running on the agent and if you have things you need to configure you need to figure out some way to reserve an agent before you get there.
Although many of my customers have been having a go at installing Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012 Update 1 themselves one or two have had issues. While these issues […]
When running the upgrade from Team Foundation Server 2012 to Team Foundation Server 2012 Update 1 you get a TF400432 error stating that the Team Foundation Server configuration was unable to connect to SharePoint administration site.
Did you know that you can use Teams without areas using a team field in Team Foundation Server 2012 or 2013? There are numerous reasons to do this but the decision should not be taken lightly.