Work item queries in Team Foundation Server allow simplified management views of those items. However, the default view splits the results from the details of the work item in a horizontal split. This makes it somewhat difficult to view the full detail of the work item. A better view is to use the vertical split. Read more about Team Foundation Server Usability Tip – Better Query Views[…]
This is an affiliated link. This book has been a great source of information about MSBuild and configuring projects for automated deployment. By the end of the book I could read MSBuild files without any trouble and could successfully configure automated deployments utilizing Build Server.
One of the most essential steps in managing web application updates is the ability to recover to a point in time prior to the update should the deployment of updates be unsuccessful. MSDeploy simplifies this step and can even be incorporated into build definitions to create automated backups when a deployment build is executed. To Read more about Creating a backup of a Web Site using MSDeploy/Web Deploy[…]
Finding the Google+ profile button generator took far longer than I expected. Apparently my Google Fu was weak this morning. I finally found it though and now my site sports a snazzy new social media badge. Thanks to Sarah Gooding and her post “How to Display a Link to Your Google+ Profile on Your WordPress Read more about Adding Google+ Profile Button to WordPress[…]