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  • Microsoft P&P Releases Team Development with Team Foundation Server Guide

    Microsoft's Patterns & Practices group recently released the final version of the “Team Development with Team Foundation Server” Guide. This guide has been in beta for the last couple of months.


    It shows you how to get the most out of Team Foundation Server to help improve the effectiveness of your team-based software development. Whether you are already using Team Foundation Server or adopting from scratch, you’ll find guidance and insights you can tailor for your specific scenarios. It's a collaborative effort between patterns & practices, Team System team members, and industry experts.


    Some quick facts:

    • 496 – Total number of pages
    • 18 – Total number of chapters in this guide
    • 11392 – Total number of downloads of the Beta version of this guide
    • 8 – Number of attempts to get the Adobe build to work to generate the guide in .pdf format
    • 60 – Number of external and MSFT contributors and reviewers

    Download the guide from CodePlex.

  • Project Server 2007 VSTS Connector released

    This week Microsoft released the Visual Studio Team Foundation Server – Project Server 2007 connector as a CodePlex project. The project has been up for a few weeks, but is now being broadly advertised.


    The TFS-PS2007 connector is designed to integrate the project management capabilities of TFS with Project Server 2007. It's been developed by the Visual Studio Team System Rangers in response to significant customer demand for a connector solution. Future versions of Team System will have native integration with Project Server, in the meantime this Connector solution is the best way to integrate the two Microsoft products. This solution builds on the previous PS2003 VSTS Connector, published on GotDotNet.

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