Getting started with Git and TFS

So you’ve heard your friends talk about Git and you want to give it a try! This year, Microsoft added Git integration with TFS Service.  This allows you to create a team project and use Git instead of Team Foundation Version Control.  You can only do this on hosted TFS (http://tfs.visualstudio.com/), so if you don’t […]

Pluralsight–Team Foundation Server Customization

Last Friday, my Pluralsight course titled “Customizing TFS 2012” went live.  The course helps you learn about different extensibility points in Team Foundation Server 2012 by customizing Work Item Tracking, Build Automation, Web Access, Process Templates, and internal services.  The course will take you through real-world examples and teach you customization and deployment best practices […]

TFS Virtual Machines

I often get asked about the Virtual Machine that I use for my TFS presentations.  I use the VM created by Brian Keller and it can be found here: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/briankel/archive/2011/09/16/visual-studio-11-application-lifecycle-management-virtual-machine-and-hands-on-labs-demo-scripts.aspx This virtual machine is configured with: Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard Edition Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Microsoft Visual Studio Ultimate 2012 Update 1 […]