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#VS2017 – Improvements in Server Management in Team Explorer

Hi !

I’m still using VS2017 RC as my main IDE, and today I’ll share one nice improvement. There is a new Server management view on Team Explorer. 131 more words


Install TFS 2015 Build Agent on Premises

In the previous article, I showed how to install and configure Maven on the TFS Build server to build Java applications. This article however applies to either Java or .NET applications. 315 more words


Configure a TFS 2015 Build Server for Java


TFS 2015 comes with a new build engine. It supports building many programming languages such as .NET, Java, Xcode, Android and other languages. You can even have a build agent on Linux. 384 more words


Use PowerShell to call TFS 2015 REST API’s

Few months ago, I was helping a client upgrading from TFS 2010 to 2015. After the upgrade, we were getting a message that says “This feature cannot be used until you configure it for this team project”. 333 more words


VSTS and Sitecore NuGet feeds

SPECIAL NOTE: This article is a lead up for my November 30th #SCUniversity session on Continuous Integration and Deployment. Register for the webinar now…

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CloudFormation setup

Alright, so, I’ve created a CloudFormation template (formatted as JSON) and uploaded it to Amazon. You can find the template source in $/BSS/ServQual/CnfgMgmt/awsTemplates. It basically creates what’s called a stack in AWS, that contains all the stuff you might want to spin up – servers, DBs, VPCs, subnets, etc. 375 more words

Versioning .Net Applications With Team City and Git/SVN/TFS

Some notes on setting up version numbering for .Net applications and having your build server manage everything (I’m using Team City). I’ll cover some differences between centralised (TFS, SVN) and decentralised (Git) version control. 1,381 more words