Tools

Posted by | April 24, 2007
VS2005 Template for listening to TFS Events

I've posted about this before, however, it's so important I'll repost.  If you're trying to create a listener web service for TFS events, don't start from scratch!  Use Howard van...

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Posted by | April 12, 2007
Shipping unit tests with your shrinkwrapped software

Last year, at PDC, I sat down with Adam Cogan, of SSW, during an MSDN magazine party.  Feeling the guilty pleasure of totally geeking out while a decent party was...

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Posted by | March 25, 2007
Running .NET on WebSphere J2EE Servers

I'm generally involved in the .NET space, but often work with companies that have both .NET and J2EE running in their enterprise.  Because of our focus on Team Foundation Server...

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Posted by | March 14, 2007
Agile Tool – 3×5 Cards that both shuffle and stick

Here's a great tool for agile development that was mentioned in a blog post below.  Go get a stack of these!  Shuffle them, pass them around, put your use stories on...

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Posted by | October 5, 2006
Install Script for Team Foundation Server

Here's the install script for TFS, both Dual and Single server install.  Thanks to Etienne Tremblay (VSTS MVP) for all his hard work in putting this together, and updating it...

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Posted by | October 3, 2006
Must have Agile Dev Tool & Web Site

The best tool is the simplest.  It shouldn't get in the way of doing things, and it should be incredibly easy.  One of my favorite Agile dev tools is the...

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Posted by | October 2, 2006
Protolize – Great Web Development Aggregation Site

I just found Protolize.  It's a great resource for web development - everything from Ajax to XHTML.  It's basically a collection of pointers (done very nicely) to various web resources. ...

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Posted by | September 7, 2006
A few ins and outs when building TFS extensions

Brian Harry has just posted a great Word doc that gives a few ins and outs when building extensions to Team Foundation Server.  It's focused on the Version Control side...

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Posted by | September 7, 2006
Browser Compatibility Test Site

If you're building a web site that needs to be viewed in multiple different browsers, it has been difficult in the past to really get a good test.  No longer. ...

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Posted by | August 14, 2006
XNA game development platform will be FREE

Microsoft will be releasing an Express version of their XNA development environment free!  :-)  That means that folks like you and I can create our applications for the XBox 360...

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