TFS Aggregator Common Use Cases

Saturday, July 7, 2018

After receiving several questions about my previous post about Meeting the TFS Aggregator I decided to go deeper in this topic with a new post. The idea is to expose some common use cases and their implementation for them that are getting started. Before reading the post I highly recommend reading the official documentation to understand the syntax basics.   Let's implement the following use cases: Update PBI state to "Committed" when any child gets moved to "In Progress" Update PBI state to "Done" when all childrens get moved to "Done" or "Removed" Set a "calculated" field in a Task Create new work items and links Update...

Microsoft ALM User Group – What’s new in TFS 2018

Monday, January 29, 2018

Last Wednesday 09/01/18 I gave a talk about the new features in TFS 2018 in Microsoft Raanana as part of the ALM User Group. In this talk we reviewed the new features and improvements introduced in TFS 2018, upgrade considerations and general Q&A. Many thanks to all for coming and I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did. If you have any questions, you know how to contact me. See you next time, Leon Jalfon   PDF: WhatsNewInTFS2018.pdf  
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Microsoft ALM User Group – Migrating To Git And Staying Alive

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Last Wednesday 06/09/17 I gave a talk about Migrations from TFVC to Git in Microsoft Raanana as part of the ALM User Group. In this talk we discussed the advantages and disadvantages of Git in comparison to TFVC (TFS Version Control), we reviewed the implications and points to take into account when migrating to Git, we analyzed the keys to a successful migration, we saw how to plan it, how to perform it and finally how to get used to Git once we have migrated. All of this from a theoretical point of view as well with a practical...