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Before stressing out: TFS cache folder on build server

Sometimes build fails on your TFS build server. This can happen because you have deleted a build defenition and created a new one with the same name. 212 more words


GitHub Source Control for your Visual Studio projects

In my last post I explained how you can use GitHub as a platform for Azure Automation runbook versioning and source control. Another tool IT Pros (like myself) use more and more is Visual Studio. 819 more words

Visual Studio

GitHub Source Control for your Azure Automation Runbooks

If you work with Automation you might know that you will only be successful when following crystal clear developlent guidelines and processes. One important factor to keep in mind – especially in larger projects with many involved automation engineers – is source control. 466 more words

Visual Studio

Team Foundation Server Extension

After working in IT for the past 30 years or more, I quite fancied trying my hand at blogging. So here goes…

I’ve just spent the last couple of days creating my first extension for Team Foundation Server. 454 more words


DragonBall Z Abridged MOVIE: The World's Strongest - TFS

Dragonball Z Abridged Parody follows the adventures of Goku, Gohan, Krillin, Piccolo, Vegeta and the rest of the Z Warriors as they gather Dragonballs and fight intergalactic evil. 503 more words


Using Tokenization (Token Replacement) for Builds/Releases in vNext/TFS 2015

Microsoft has provided support for doing token replacements into build artifacts. Since this is provided as a “utility” task there’s no bias in how it’s used but you’ll likely find it most useful from your release workflow. 540 more words


Undoing Someone Else's Changes in TFS

Do a google search for “how to check-in another user’s changes in TFS” and you will find a couple of pages of MSDN documentation and a whole lot of forum articles questioning how to do this.   534 more words

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