Team Foundation Server 2010 will be getting some major overhauls to the setup and administration experience. In this interview, Ed Holloway, senior program manager for Team Foundation Server, talks about the changes his team is making. By the end of this
interview, Ed will have completely deployed...
In addition to being one of the nicest guys I know, Jim Lamb also knows a thing or two about build automation. Jim is the program manager responsible for the Team Build capability of Team Foundation Server.
Team Build was one of the biggest areas of improvement for Team Foundation Server 2008,...
A single Team Foundation Server 2008 instance can support thousands of developers working on hundreds of projects. But what if you need even more than that? How do you drive increased uptime and availability of your server to keep your developers productive?
Team Foundation Server can already...
Unlike the other videos in today's series this one doesn't focus specifically on Team Foundation Server 2010. But since I was "in the neighborhood" I dropped by Doug Neumann's office to catch up on the latest tools and samples available for people wishing
to migrate to or synchronize...
Is your source control branching out of control? How much time have you wasted trying to discover which branches your code changes have been merged into? What are the code-level differences between your main, test, and production branches? Branch visualizations
to the rescue!
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Brian Harry, technical fellow at Microsoft, has pretty much become synonymous with Team Foundation Server. He not only leads the Team Foundation Server team in Raleigh, North Carolina, he also has the most widely read blog about what's going on with Team Foundation Server. But even...
Visual Studio Team System Web Access has become an increasingly popular way for people to access Team Foundation Server. In this interview we meet
Hakan Eskici who demonstrates some of the upcoming features his team is working on for Visual Studio Team System Web Access 2010.
It's been an exciting week on Channel 9 talking about what the product team is working on for Visual Studio Team System 2010. But here's something you won't have to wait that long for. In my opinion this is perhaps the most exciting TFS Power Tools release
we've had yet.
Are you tired of constantly setting breakpoints to hone in on a pesky bug? How would you like to be able to step "back in time" through your debugger? The Historical Debugger in Visual Studio Team System 2010 promises to revolutionize your debugging experience.
Habib Heydarian takes us through...
Naysawn Naderi takes us through manual testing in Visual Studio Team System 2010. Naysawn shows off how the manual testing capabilities allow not only for better authoring and execution of manual
tests, but can also be a tool to help automate portions of manual tests as well. Finally, Naysawn shows...