I’m back, hopefully!

It’s been almost a year since I last wrote anything on my blog, many things have happened since then. I have had 6 months parental leave with my daughter and been a stay-at-home dad. A very different experience, to put it mildly, compared to working as a consultant full-time! Just days before I went back to work after that I quit my job! I have now been working almost 6 weeks at Objectware in Stockholm, […] Read more »

First Microsoft Exam passed

Last year, just two days before Christmas I passed my first Microsoft Exam – 70-536 Application Development Foundation. Yay! It is the basic exam that is required to complete pretty much any of the certifications that I cmight consider taking… I believe my first target will be to take the ASP.Net 2.o MCTS certification. Read more »

Moving workitems between TFS servers

{filelink=2} I have tried different methods to move work items from one Team Foundation Server to another. The easiest method is doing it with Excel, but the problem is that I also want to keep all the work item history which Excel cannot do. I found that the Revision property of each work item contains an array of complete copies of the work item as it appears at each revision. So iterating over each revision […] Read more »

Where to store documents in TFS

I have had several discussions with people I work with about where to put your documents when using Team Foundation Server. Obviously there are several places to put documentation depending on what sort of document it is. There are at least three places that make sense to me: In the SharePoint Portal In the Version Control repository As attachments on Work Items Each of these places has their advantages and disadvantages. I have found two […] Read more »