Archive | February, 2012
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Using Custom Reports in TFS: Part 2 – What tools can I use to present some data?

This post is part of the serie Using Custom Reports in TFS. The posts are more or less built on top of each other. Please read the earlier posts for a better understanding. Earlier in this serie: Introduction in TFS Data What tools can I use to present some data? When you say custom reports […]

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Using Custom Reports in TFS: Part 1 – Introduction in TFS Data

Introduction As a TFS user you generate data during your projects. Depending on the process you follow and the artifacts you store in TFS this can be a small or a large amount. In any case, the data you gather, is stored and will be stored in TFS for the rest of your days. During […]

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Walkthrough the Delta-N TFS Attacher App for Windows Phone 7

As I described in my previous posts, my company has been working on a WP7 app that allows you to upload attachments directly to your TFS server using the TFS Odata Service. Read about this here: Delta-N launches TFS Attacher for Windows Phone 7 Installing the TFS OData service on your corporate TFS server In […]

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Installing the TFS OData service on your corporate TFS server

This blog post describes how to install and configure the OData TFS Service on your corporate TFS Server. I made this post because the TFS OData documentation does not really cover this topic very well. It covers the installation on Azure and on CodePlex. A little background My company Delta-N, built a nice Windows Phone […]

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Delta-N launches TFS Attacher for Windows Phone 7

Last week Delta-N, the company I work for, launched the TFS Attacher for Windows Phone 7 on the marketplace. This is great news. We built this application with the following scenario in mind, During Sprint planning meetings or just 1 on 1 meetings we work our way through Product Backlog Items, Requirements or Tasks. What […]

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