Check out a new article that I wrote for Redmond Developer News in the latest issue. Please drop me any feedback here!
Warning! If you downloaded the VS2008 Beta 2 VPC from MSDN, you are in for a nasty shock on November 1st, 2008! The VPC is unexpectedly expiring. Microsoft is attempting to get another one released with an updated expiration date. If you have production data in your VPC, or data that you really want to [...]
Microsoft has launched a web site dedicated to the tester community. Although it seems to cater more to the technical tester (rather than the strictly black-box tester), it promises to have many valuable articles and resources. This is a welcome addition to MSDN!
I've posted a new column on FTPOnline showing some basic practices for using TFS for branching, merging and releasing software. You can view the article here.
Surprisingly, you can, at least in Visual Studio Team System 2005 (including SP1). If you’ve deleted your team project using TfsDeleteProject, the source code files are still actually there in the database, just not visible any longer. To recover the files, you’ll need to create a new team project with the same name as the [...]
Several companies have gotten together to create a new Seattle Team System User Group! Currently there is really only one user group dedicated to .NET in the Seattle Area (King County actually since it meets at Microsoft on the east side), the .NET Developers Association. This is a great organization but they focus on all [...]
To start off my inaugural post for Northwest Cadence, I am announcing the Second Edition of my book Pro Visual Studio Team System with Database Professionals. You can buy a copy of it at Amazon (Pro Visual Studio Team System with Database Professionals). It's important to note that the only real change is the addition [...]