14. October 2011
ALM , Azure , VS11 CTP , dotnetmag
Just because it is possible… and that it feels as a good solution. I created an Azure VM Role with a build service (VS11 CTP), configured against the Hosted TFS service.
For example when your team only exists of distributed team members with no central server it now can use the TFS service environment with a build without having to know where it lives. It just feels strange when you’re using a cloud based solution and you still have to install something on premise on a server. [More]
Default are bugs visually in the product backlog. When a tester files a bugs from test manager (or any other client tool), it will be shown in the teams product backlog. [More]
A solution for this big project problem is the creation of multiple teams and organize scrum of scrums meetings. From a backlog perspective we also have to make a decision, are we going to use one backlog for multiple teams or one backlog per team. [More]