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Bing vs Google
If you're a big search junkie, check out this site: http://www.bing-vs-google.c... It's the best comparision tool that I've seen out there so far that will really let you see the differences between the two huge search giants in the industry. Developers love tools :) ......

Posted On Monday, August 10, 2009 8:51 PM

TFS - Deploying To Multiple Environments Using Team Build
Using TFS and Team Build to deploy to Development, Integration, QA, Stage, Pre Production, or any other testing servers you have can be quite a bit of a challenge sometimes. I haven't really found a lot of documentation or best practices out there for it either. There are plenty of ways to move the files across each environment. I'm going to try this build definition out for a while and see how well it works. When I queue a new build definition up, I'm going to pass in the following parameters (they ......

Posted On Wednesday, August 5, 2009 3:49 PM

Team Build - Deploying To Multiple Environments
Using TFS and Team Build to deploy to Development, Integration, QA, Stage, Pre Production, or any other testing servers you have can be quite a bit of a challenge sometimes. I haven't really found a lot of documentation or best practices out there for it either. There are plenty of ways to move the files across each environment. I'm going to try this build definition out for a while and see how well it works. When I queue a new build definition up, I'm going to pass in the following parameters (they ......

Posted On Monday, August 3, 2009 11:20 PM

Team Build - Delete All Files - Include and Exclude
A few days ago I needed to delete all files except for web.configs out of a deployment folder using Team Build. I added the code below to the build definitions .proj file. It's a quick and easy way to clean out some, but not all, of the files in the deployment folder. You can use wildcards in the CreateItem tag. It's not perfect because it isn't made to deal with deleting empty sub folders but it got the job done for what I needed. <PropertyGroup> <DeployPath>\\MikesSe... ......

Posted On Monday, August 3, 2009 10:43 PM

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