Previous post on the series Versioning assembly during TFS 2013 build with Powershell Scripts Automatically Build and Publish NuGet Packages during TFS Build Manage Symbol Server on Azure (or on-premise) VM and TF Service After you set automatic publishing of NuGet packages with automatic assembly and NuGet version numbering in a TFS Build, you surely [...]

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Previous post on the series Versioning assembly during TFS 2013 build with Powershell Scripts Using powershell to cusotmize build is simple and easy, once you have versioning in place (previous article), if you are realizing some form of reusable library it is time to think on how to distribute it to people. One of the [...]

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One of the most important news in TFS Build 2010 is the introduction of Workflow Foundation that replaced standard MSBuild scripts used in TFS 2008. Workflow foundation can be really powerful, but indeed it is somewhat scaring and quite often customizing a build can be complex. You can find some blog post of mine on [...]

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In the last article of the series, I dealt with Deploying on Azure Web Sites from on-premise TFS, but the very same technique can be used to automatically deploy from a standard TFS Build to a standard Web Site hosted in IIS and not in Azure. For this demo I’ve prepared a VM on azure, [...]

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Many people asked me during course if the ability to automatically deploy to Windows Azure Web Sites is restricted only to those people that are using TF Service (TFS on the cloud), or if they can deploy with an on-premise installation of TFS. The answer is clearly YES, and I strongly suggest you to watch [...]

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