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  • Blog Post: Making Agile Work for You in TFS 2010–MSDN Magazine June 2011

    “Get an inside peek into internal Microsoft development practices as Chris Adams documents his team’s move to Agile using Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2010, starting out with the Microsoft Solutions Framework Agile v5.0 process template and eventually switching to the Microsoft Visual Studio SCRUM 1...
  • Blog Post: Reporting Dashboard for Bugs & Tasks in TFS 2010 – Monitor your Sprints closely

    If you spent some time reviewing my blog on how to build a “reporting” dashboard that shows status of your development projects you will notice quickly that is a real nice way to review your work in your daily Stand-up.  It gives you the ability, within 30 minutes (default for TFS warehouse/cube...
  • Blog Post: TFS 2010 Burndown, Completed Work, and Remaining Work–“Zero” is the Magic Number

    As the leader of your agile project, you’ve been tasked by management to keep your project running and ensuring that you can accurately ascertain what work is completed vs. what is still not completed.  In my previous post, Soup to Nuts – TFS 2010 Agile Iteration Backlog Workbook utilized in the...
  • Blog Post: TFS 2010 Upgrade to RTM breaks IterationParam reports

    With the release of Visual Studio 2010 RTM, we embarked on upgrading from RC1 to RTM. This was a rather seamless process with no “unexpected” hoops to push through though I did recently encounter an issue with some of the customized linked reports I built. As shown in my post TFS 2010 – Using Stories...
  • Blog Post: TFS 2010: Using Stories Progress in your Dashboards but scoped to Iteration or Areas

    As you’ve seen in my post previously , there are some great ways to enhance reporting in TFS 2010 through the use of Windows SharePoint Services (WSS). This is very important for obvious reasons such as communicating with organization leaders on the status of your projects, especially when you are using...
  • Blog Post: Enhancing TFS 2010 Dashboards – Project Mgmt, Bugs, Builds, etc.

    As we build out our dashboard to show our progress on our software projects, we quickly enjoyed the luxury of the new TFS Dashboard views that utilize Windows Sharepoint Services (WSS) web part Page Viewer.  This web part connects to a URL on the TFS application tier called tfsredirect.aspx that...