Adding Some Colour to Microsoft Teams Notifications

Now that the basic link is in place between On-Premise TFS and Microsoft Teams it’s time to tinker.

The first thing that I wanted to do was add some visual feedback to the notifications, specifically notifications for builds. 126 more words

Team Foundation Server

Experience with Scrum and Microsofts Team Foundation Server

I’m supporting many different agile Scrum teams with totally different requirements to the Scrum method. So as a Scrum Master I have to find a good way of using Scrum in perfection for the DevOps teams, the classic waterfall for the middle and top management and a Scrum flavored reporting for the customers with pie-charts. 98 more words

Development

Päckchen packen mit NuGet, TFS 2017 und Build vNext. Teil 1: Pakete verwenden

Funktionalität automatisiert für andere Anwendungen bereitstellen
Anmerkung: Dies ist die für Visual Studio / TFS 2017 und Build vNext überarbeitete Version eines Artikels, den ich ursprünglich mit Thomas Schissler auf… 1,705 more words

What is DevOps?

DevOps (a clipped compound of “software DEVelopment” and “information technology OPerationS”) is a term used to refer to a set of practices that emphasize the collaboration and communication of both software developers and information technology (IT) professionals while automating the process of software delivery and infrastructure changes. 57 more words

DevOps

Creating a Build Definition in TFS 2017

Introduction

In my previous post I showed the steps you need to take to create a Build Agent, but you need a Build Definition so you can really build your solution. 489 more words

Microsoft

Bridging On-Premise TFS and Microsoft Teams using Web Hooks and Node.js

At the beginning of this year Microsoft release their Slack competitor Microsoft Teams. After having recently migrated Exchange,Skype and SharePoint to Office 365 this seemed a natural next step for us. 973 more words

Team Foundation Server

Create a Build Agent in TFS 2017

Introduction

When you want to use Continuous Integration or Nightly builds for your project you first need to set up a Build Agent within TFS. Automatic builds (and optionally tests) are a good practice to check the quality of you code. 469 more words

Microsoft