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This is an example of using the TFS 2008 Build API. It is a "Wallboard" that is designed to run on a machine in a public area of the office. It publishes the current state of the build system so everyone can see it (and know who to blame when it goes wrong). If you wanted you could also extend this example to give additional information such as details of recent check-ins, recently raised/resolved work items etc - a good way to teach yourself the TFS managed API.

This sample was originally created for a talk at TechEd EMEA 2007, TLA316 Code It and Ship It with Team Build 2008
by Brian Randell and Martin Woodward.


For a sped up example of how this works - see this screencast.
Last edited Mar 6 2008 at 5:00 PM  by martinwoodward, version 4
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