[# TFS11] The new concept of Team in TFS11

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Hi,

one of the novelties intersante be incorporated in the new version of Team Foundation 11, is the concept of Team/team. While we can think that a team is an evolution of groups of TFS, is rather a concept oriented towards achieving a better management of the work done by a team.

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Since access to the form of Team we can access directly to:

  • View Backlog
  • View board
  • View WorkItems
  • Manage Schedule and iterations
  • Manage Workareas

When we manage a Team, we can add new users directly from the new Web Access. In the following image we see as I have added a user showing my ego Open-mouthed smile

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In the form of editing of the information of the members of each group, we can see that groups are the same and obviously manage groups from this interface.

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Finally says what ás interesting IMHO, the definition of the groups is carried out at the Team Project Collection. This means that we don’t have to replicate the same set of permissions to the same groups of TFS in each TP, but that the central administration from the concept of Team already us gives this capacity.

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Greetings @ Home

The Bruno

[#TFS11] El nuevo concepto de Team en TFS11

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Buenas,

una de las novedades intersantes que se incorporar en la nueva versión de Team Foundation 11, es el concepto de Team/Equipo. Si bien podemos pensar en que un equipo es una evolución de los grupos de TFS, es más bien un concepto orientado hacia lograr una mejor gestión del trabajo que realiza un equipo.

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Desde el acceso al form de Team podremos acceder directamente hacia:

  • View Backlog
  • View board
  • View WorkItems
  • Manage Schedule and iteraciones
  • Manage Workareas

Cuando administramos un Team, podemos agregar nuevos usuarios directamente desde el nuevo Web Access. En al siguiente imagen vemos como he agregado un usuario que demuestra mi ego Open-mouthed smile

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En el formulario de edición de la informción de los integrantes de cada grupo, podremos ver a que grupos pertenecen los mismos y obviamente, administrar los grupos desde esta interfaz.

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Finalmente comenta lo ás interesante IMHO, la definición de los grups se realiza a nivel de Team Project Collection. Esto significa que no tenemos que replicar los mismos set de permisos  para los mismos grupos de TFS en cada TP, sino que la administración central desde el concepto de Team ya nos dá esa capacidad.

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Saludos @ Home

El Bruno

   

[# VS11] HowTo: Use test virtual machine with # VS11 and # TFS11 without Hyper-V

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Good,

a few days ago I commented that a virtual machine was released from MS who possessed all the necessary software to test Visual Studio 11 and Team Foundation 11. VM includes the following software and others:

  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard Edition
  • Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2
  • Microsoft Visual Studio 11 Ultimate Developer Preview
  • Microsoft Team Foundation Server 11 Developer Preview
  • Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010
  • Microsoft Project 2010
  • Microsoft Office Professional 2010 (Word, PowerPoint, Excel)
  • Sample users and data required to support hands-on-lab scripts which accompany this download and exercise some of the new Visual Studio 11 application lifecycle management capabilities introduced in this release

Now, if you have installed a Windows 8 to play like me but still using Windows 7 as your main OS, because you are a little fried to prove this VM that was released is designed to test Hyper-v, and our beloved W7 only comes from factory with Virtual chestnut PC.

But to not despair, our friend VirtualBox can serve us as a good system of virtualization to mount the ISO. We split.

1. Obviously to download and install VirtualBox.

2. Create a new VM in VirtualBox. The wizard should appear

3 Configure an original name for the virtual machine and select the version of the OS.

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4 Allocating memory that we have (the more the better)

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5 Select the vhd that is decompressed when we got the image from the site of MSDN.

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6 We keep the VM…

7 And ready, we can prove a WS2008R2 with all installed software.

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Tip: If you find yourself with a pair of BSOD when you start the VM, it verifies that it is mounted with an IDE controller instead of SATA…

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Greetings @ Home

The Bruno

Source: http://elbruno.com/2011/09/16/vs11-descarga-mquinas-virtuales-con-visual-studio-11-y-team-foundation-11/

[#VS11] HowTo: Montar la VM de pruebas de #VS11 y #TFS11 sin Hyper-V

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Buenas,

hace unos días comenté que desde MS se había liberado una máquina virtual que poseía todo el software necesario para probar Visual Studio 11 y Team Foundation 11. La VM incluye el siguiente software y demás:

  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard Edition
  • Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2
  • Microsoft Visual Studio 11 Ultimate Developer Preview
  • Microsoft Team Foundation Server 11 Developer Preview
  • Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010
  • Microsoft Project 2010
  • Microsoft Office Professional 2010 (Word, PowerPoint, Excel)
  • Sample users and data required to support hands-on-lab scripts which accompany this download and exercise some of the new Visual Studio 11 application lifecycle management capabilities introduced in this release

Ahora bien, si te has instalado un Windows 8 para jugar like me pero todavía utilizas Windows 7 como tu principal SO, pues estás un poco frito para probar esto ya que la VM que se liberó está pensada para probarla en Hyper-V, y nuestro querido W7 solo viene de fábrica con Virtual castaña PC.

Pero a no desesperar, nuestro amigo VirtualBox nos puede servir como un buen sistema de virtualización para montar esta ISO. Vamos por partes.

1. Obviamente descargar e instalar VirtualBox.

2. Crear una nueva VM en VirtualBox. Debe aparecer el asistente

3. Configurar un nombre original para la máquina virtual y seleccionar la versión del SO.

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4. Asignar la memoria que tengamos (cuanto más mejor)

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5. Seleccionar el vhd que se descomprime cuando bajamos la imagen desde el site de MSDN.

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6. Guardamos la VM …

7.  Y listo, ya podemos probar un WS2008R2 con todo el software instalado.

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Tip: Si te encuentras con un par de BSOD cuando arrancas la VM, verifica que la misma está montada con un controlador IDE en lugar de SATA …

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Saludos @ Home

El Bruno

   

Fuente: http://elbruno.com/2011/09/16/vs11-descarga-mquinas-virtuales-con-visual-studio-11-y-team-foundation-11/

[# MSBUILD] Compilation of links to begin to learn about MSBuild (III)

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Good,

update the list of links for the first steps with MSBuild.

How to get started

 

Several

 

ReSharper

 

 

Greetings @ Home

The Bruno

   

[#MSBUILD] Recopilatorio de enlaces para comenzar a conocer MSBuild (III)

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Buenas,

actualización de la lista de enlaces para dar los primeros pasos con MSBuild.

Cómo empezar

 

Varios

 

ReSharper

 

 

Saludos @ Home

El Bruno

   

[# MSBUILD] HowTo: Set a value in a property according to a condition (XXI)

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Hi,

wherever I have to process a condition to set the value of a property, I conclude by making a few very rare lines ofMSBuild. I’m going to sign this post so that within 2 hours I remember as I resolve it in a simple way.

In the following example, we see that Target1 shows the value of the property $(Log). The value of the same is processed between 4 and 8, lines and depending on whether there is or not a file log, the property can take the values:

  • There is no Log
  • c:\file1.log
  • c:\file2.log

 

   1: <Project xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/developer/msbuild/2003"

2: InitialTargets=”Target1″>

3: <PropertyGroup>

4: <Log1>c:\file1.log</Log1>

5: <Log2>c:\file2.log</Log2>

6: <Log>No hay Log</Log>

7: <Log Condition=”Exists(‘$(Log1)’)”>$(Log1)</Log>

8: <Log Condition=”Exists(‘$(Log2)’)”>$(Log2)</Log>

9: </PropertyGroup>

10: <Target Name=”Target1″>

11: <Message Text=”Start Demo” />

12: <Message Text=”Log: $(Log)” />

13: </Target>

14: </Project>

 

 

Simple and easy Open-mouthed smile

 

Greetings @ Here

The Bruno