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(TL;DR — I’ve created some scripts to make this all easy.  Scroll down to the bottom of the post.) When you install Team Foundation Server 2018 (TFS2018), the installer gives you the option to configure TFS to use HTTPS with a self-signed SSL certificate.  This is a good thing.  When given the choice…(Read More)

My latest Pluralsight course just went live last night.  It’s been a long time coming and a ton of work.  I hope you all like it. DevOps Skills for Developers with Visual Studio & TFS 2017 There’s a huge divide between software that’s developed and software that’s delivered. DevOps helps you…(Read More)

In the discussion thread for my DevOps Skills class at Pluralsight, I got a question about how to do TFS Builds and TFS Release Management with code that spans multiple Git repositories.  For good reasons, his team has separated their code into multiple repos.  But when they go to create a build in TFS, the…(Read More)

It’s been a long time coming and my latest Pluralsight course is finally out!  DevOps Skills for Developers with Visual Studio & Team Foundation Server (TFS)! TL;DR — DevOps using Visual Studio 2015 and Team Foundation Server 2015 – How do you do it and why you should care? This course will change your focus…(Read More)

More and more of my TFS consulting customers are interested in Git.  If you’re used to a centralized version control system like Team Foundation Server Version Control (TFVC), it can be a little tricky to make the move to Git — not because it’s all that hard — mostly because the terminology is completely different…(Read More)

As promised, here are the slides from the Enterprise Git talk that I did this week at VSLive Orlando 2015. Here’s the abstract: Git is all the rage. All the cool kids are using Git. They seem to like it a lot. They’re downright passionate about it. But is it right for your…(Read More)

As promised, here are the slides from the Enterprise Git talk that I did with Ed Thomson yesterday at VSLive San Francisco 2015. Here’s the abstract: Git is all the rage. All the cool kids are using Git. They seem to like it a lot. They’re downright passionate about it. But is it…(Read More)

Like a lot of people in the Microsoft world, I’m still working to *really* wrap my brain around Git.  I’ve been using centralized version control systems like SourceSafe and Team Foundation Server Version Control (TFVC) for my entire career.  Centralized version control is what I know and it’s what makes sense to…(Read More)

As promised, here are my slides from the talk I did last week at the Fairfield Westchester .NET user group on Git & Team Foundation Server 2012.  Thanks again to Martin Woodward at Microsoft for his help with the presentation. Git, Team Foundation Server 2012, and Visual Studio 2012 Want distributed version control in…(Read More)