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TFS Event Handler in .NET 3.5, Part 1 - The Architecture

, 21 Aug 2007 CPOL
I have decided to have a little go at creating a Team Foundation Server Event Handler in .NET 3.5 that is resilient and scalable. I will be using as many of the features of Team Suite as I can, but bear with me as there are a few things that are new to me.

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