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What Each Product Backlog Item (PBI) State Means to You.

New - These are PBIs that someone has added to the product backlog and have not been reviewed by the product owner and have not been agreed to build. 93 more words


Silencing the "Treble" winners

West Ham United 0 – 1 Tottenham Hotspur

The West Ham fans were wearing “Treble” tee shirts in celebration of the fact they beat Spurs three times last season. 653 more words


[NoBrainer] Downloading a file from TFS via PowerShell

A quick follow up on my last post regarding TFS and PowerShell. I found it quite amazing that is so little documented and relatively difficult to download a file from TFS to your local machine. 273 more words


"Spurs playing more like Ajax now"

Christian Eriksen was quoted in the Daily Mail as saying that under Pochettino, Spurs are now playing a passing, expressive game that reminds him of the style of play at Ajax where he played under Frank de Boer (who was the main contender to Pochettino for the Tottenham job). 230 more words


Inter's public support for Tavecchio

Inter publicly congratulated new FIGC president Carlo Tavecchio despite his overtly racist description of African players as “banana eaters”. I found that particularly sad for a club based on the supposedly egalitarian values that Inter was, a club formed in protest against the exclusion of players based on their nationality. 791 more words


Impressions from PAOK friendly

PAOK 0 – 0 Inter

This game demonstrated a lack of creativity again from Mazzari’s side. The team was close to what you would expect the first XI might¬†look like once the season has kicked off, so there are some concerns in this area.¬† 309 more words


[NoBrainer] Running PowerShell from VisualStudio Post-Build Events with 64bit Snapins

Today I was playing with TFS Power Tools to check in some PowerShell scripts where I ran into a strange error. Obviously I wanted to use the PowerShell Cmdlets for that you can select via the ‘Custom’ option in the ‘Power Tools’ installer … For a quick intro on TFS via PowerShell you can have a look at… 442 more words