MSDN Magazine: Team System
Team System: Team Build 2008 Customization
Brian A. Randell - March 2009
See how to modify the default behavior of Team Build, extend your builds with custom tasks, and make use of the enhancements in Team Build 2008 SP1.
Team System: Streamline Team Projects With Process Templates
Brian A. Randell - December 2008
See how you can streamline your team projects using Process Templates in Visual Studio Team System (VSTS)
Team System: Team Build 2008
Brian A. Randell - November 2008
Brian Randell introduces you to Visual Studio 2008 Team Foundation Server Build (Team Build). Then he creates and runs a team build.
Team System: Essential Power Tools.
Brian Randell - August 2008
Brian Randell introduces you to some crucial Power Tools for getting the most out of Team System.
Team System: Team Foundation Server Event Service
Brian A. Randell - May 2008
Use the Team Foundation Server EventService to create and manage event subscriptions or create a Web service to receive and process events.
Team System: Check-in Notes and Policies
Brian A. Randell - Launch 2008
Learn how to add check-in notes and check-in policy support to a Word add-in, in this fifth and final installment of an ongoing discussion.
Team System: Custom check-in policies
Brian A. Randell - November 2007
Team Foundation Server provides APIs that let you create check-in notes (categorized string data) and custom check-in policy implementations. These features combine to give project administrators better control over the group development process.
Team System: Work Items and Undo Support
Brian A. Randell - September 2007
Add support for work items to the Team Foundation Server version control add-in.
Team System: Work Item Tracking
Brian A. Randell - April 2007
In this column, Brian Randell explains how to build a simple Work Item explorer and demonstrates the core operations needed to add work item support when building your own add-in.
Team System: Team Foundation Server Version Control
Brian A. Randell - January 2007
In this new column, Brian Randell begins his long look at how to extend and enhance Visual Studio Team System.