Tag Archives: tfs

Continuous deployment step by step

This is not a how-to blog post guiding you to DEVOPS┬áheaven. I write down the steps we are taking to get continuous deployment in place for our project. Every time we take another step I’ll update this post. First of … Continue reading

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SDN event December 2016

The SDN – Software Development Network – is a special interest group for dutch developers. Four times a year they organise an event where people present and talk about their passion. As a member of the SDN you are aware … Continue reading

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Week 38 roundup

Last week recap and links: Powershell syntax in Sublime Text 2, the method is for Windows but also applies to Mac We used the build definition settings (TFS2015) to use a two digit month and dayOfTheMonth buildnumber. The key is … Continue reading

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Version store out of memory

In our current project we use Sql Server Data Tools (sqlproj) to put our database in source control. Recently we experienced random exceptions during loading and building the solution with multiple sql projects. Last week our builds started to fail. … Continue reading

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Branching

My new project uses branching in TFS. Every project to improve the product is done on a branch. This is correct use of TFS, since it is a Application Lifecycle Management tool. In this post I’ll describe how I merged … Continue reading

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Week roundup

Last week recap and links: Rextester lets you edit, compile and run code online Safely simplify TFS queries with a Current iteration path, TFS iteration quidance / best practice Koffieschaap (dutch) internet nonsense about random facts Image courtesy of kanate … Continue reading

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Merge changeset to branch

We use Team Foundation Server with Team Foundation Version Control (not GIT). To support a release we created two branches called CurrentVersion and 5.0.2. Where CurrentVersion is our “development” branch for new features and 5.0.2 is our “master” branch used … Continue reading

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