Would You, Could You With TFS?

As you know Team Foundation Server 2010 supports most (but not all) Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) activities as the busy diagram below (from InCycle Software) suggests: In addition to identi...

Unconfiguring Team Foundation Server 2010

I actually had a need to do this today, so I did some browsing of the Team Foundation Server – Setup forums and found these steps: Execute tfsconfig setup /uninstall:all. This should be done from the...

Top 5 Reasons to use VS Database Projects

There is a traditional resistance to using database projects – the production system is the reference point, and I have a backup, so what is the problem, right? Since the GDR2 was released, this trad...

Tech Ed Berlin Links

On the Tech Ed Berlin VS2010 Ultimate booth, we fielded a wide range of questions about Visual Studio and TFS. We used a few web pages to help with the discussions, and the most visited ones are belo...

Upgrading TFS to 2010

At TechEd Europe 2010, I had the privilege to work on the VS2010 Ultimate booth. It was great to meet so many folk, and find out how different people were using TFS and VS2010. One recurring question...

Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Lab Management released

Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Lab Management is now available. This is great news. Also, Microsoft is including it at no additional charge to customers who have Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate with MSDN o...

Scrum on Dot Net Rocks

Rich has been busy this week, and was on Dot Net Rocks (for the first time !). http://www.dotnetrocks.com/default.aspx?showNum=585 A great discussion of Scrum, Agile and VS2010, and how it plugs in t...