From the keynote stage at Microsoft’s TechEd North America
today, I announced a few items that I think CodeProject readers will be
interested in learning about, so I thought I’d share them here and invite any
questions you may have.
We talked today about our next IDE, Microsoft Visual Studio
2013, and updates to Team Foundation Service (http://tfs.visualstudio.com/),
including many of the Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) features to be
included in Microsoft’s next set of developer tools. As part of my
presentation, I demoed several new features and capabilities of Visual Studio
2013 and Team Foundation Server / Service. We have enabled some of those Team Foundation Service features for
you to try out immediately, and I also mentioned that a preview of Visual
Studio 2013 will be available at the BUILD
conference later this month.
As usual, there’s a lot of stuff to talk about, and
I’ve described many new features in greater detail on my blog. Here are the main buckets that
many of the new features fall in:
- Improving Collaboration Across the Development Team
- Agile Portfolio Management
- Version Control
- Release Management
Later today, at 5:15 p.m. Central Time, I’ll be
speaking with CodeProject’s Jeff Hadfield
and he’ll be recoding our conversation to post here in the near future. If you have any questions about today’s announcements after reading my blog post come back to this page and ask your questions in the forum below. Jeff and I will do our best to address them in forthcoming
CodeProject content, most likely a podcast.
Over the next few weeks, I’ll write in my blog about
more new things that are coming in Visual Studio 2013, but I’m also receptive
to posting those things here at CodeProject if you’d be interested.
Please share with us what you think and stay tuned for more.
This post was written by Brian Harry. Brian is a Microsoft Technical Fellow working on Team
Foundation Server. You can read more about his background here.
Audio of Brian Harry Interview at TechEd 2013