You can be creating a custom activity for Team Foundation Build in a few simple steps. There are always advanced steps but this will get you started.
Do you know what to do with Areas, Iteration, Teams, Source Control, and Security when modelling Teams in Team Foundation Server 2013?
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
You want to upgraded to the Visual Studio Scrum 3.0 Process Template in Team Foundation Server 2013 but you really want to upgrade your whole process template in place and not jut enable new features.
So you have upgraded to Team Foundation Server 2013 but you still don’t have some of the features that you upgraded for. There is a wizard for that but it is not supper discoverable that allows you to configure features in Team Foundation Server 2013.
With the release of Team Foundation Server 2013 I need to upgrade all of my servers. I have a few customer installs getting prepped and I wanted to get a look see.
I will be installing Visual Studio 2013 on Server 2012 side-by-side with Visual Studio 2012 on my development rig.
Steve Ballmer just announced the Visual Studio 2013 Go-Live preview at the Build summit not more than an hour ago so get Visual Studio 2013 Team Foundation Server while its hot! Remember that this Preview is covered by a Go-Live licence and is fully supported for production use.
I have been working with a company in Silicon Valley that is doing one of the most complex Team Foundation Server migrations that I think I have ever seen. Just to pile on the complexity they also threw a SharePoint consolidation at me so I caught that as well.
The focus of this article is to show you how to easily enable feedback support for users in Team Foundation Server 2012 with a few simple permissions. This works great with Team Foundation Server and even better with Team Foundation Service.