Blog Entries tagged: teamprise
November 9, 2009 • 11:24 PM
For the last several years, I've worked for a little company named Teamprise. And before that, I worked for a little company called SourceGear that gave birth to Teamprise. And, surprisingly, today I woke up and I work for a little company called Microsoft.
July 9, 2009 • 6:32 PM
Teamprise has just updated our SCM Bundle for Textmate to version 1.4. This new release provides significant bugfixes for TFS source control from within the Textmate editor. A big thanks go out to a great customer, David, who was kind enough to report all these bugs and work with us to make sure they were fixed.
May 19, 2009 • 5:18 PM
In case you weren't able to make it to Microsoft TechEd 2009 North America, you may have missed Teamprise's exciting announcement: we've launched labs.teamprise.com, an exciting new site for Team Foundation Server tools. Our labs site will contain a variety of Teamprise projects from free and open source tools for Team Foundation Server all the way to incubation projects that haven't quite found their way into the next release of our product lineup.
March 3, 2009 • 6:31 PM
We at Teamprise are very excited about the newest release of our flagship product, Teamprise Client Suite 3.2. This new release adds a bunch of new customer-driven features.
February 10, 2009 • 3:29 AM
January 30, 2009 • 9:41 PM
"So, Ed, do you have a blog?"
July 10, 2008 • 2:30 AM
Earlier today we announced the release of Teamprise 3.1, and you might be wondering why you should upgrade. Maybe you haven't run into any big bugs in Teamprise clients (and we hope you haven't.) Or maybe you just don't feel like upgrading for "just a point release". It's true that we only revved the minor version to 3.1, but it's more than just bugfixes: we've also added a lot of good new features.
May 30, 2008 • 5:32 PM
April 15, 2008 • 10:14 PM
March 10, 2008 • 8:29 PM
Microsoft's currently launching the newest version of Team Foundation Server as part of Visual Studio 2008. There are launch events all across the US (as well as in many other parts of the world), so if you're interested in the new features in TFS 2008, check out the events near you at Microsoft's "Heroes Happen Here" site.
June 6, 2007 • 4:13 PM
My coworker, Martin Woodward has been very pleased with himself lately about his world's smallest TFS proxy. Never one to back down from a challenge, I present the smaller than the world's smallest TFS proxy. It's running on a Mac Mini, which Martin assures me is (just slightly) smaller than his proxy.
June 4, 2007 • 5:44 PM
Teamprise is very excited to be announcing compatibility with Microsoft Visual Studio 2008. Our Client Suite - Teamprise Explorer, the Teamprise Plugin for Eclipse and our Command Line Client - are tested and known to work against the next version of Team Foundation Server available in VS 2008.
May 5, 2007 • 11:44 PM
Teamprise is pleased to be exhibiting at the JavaOne conference next week, Tuesday 5/8 - Thursday 5/10. If you're attending JavaOne and you're interested in Team Foundation Server, you should stop by our booth to see Teamprise in action.
January 16, 2007 • 7:48 PM
July 18, 2006 • 1:44 PM
I'm proud to note that Teamprise 1.1 was released this morning, which adds support for NTLM2 authentication, fixes several small bugs and is released for Mac OS X as a Universal Binary.
May 25, 2006 • 3:50 PM
May 11, 2006 • 7:47 PM
Teamprise just announced that we're hiring a software engineer to work on our Java integration to Microsoft Team Foundation Server. You can read the details over on the corporate site, so I'm not going to repeat them – I'm going to tell you why you should apply.
April 11, 2006 • 5:21 PM
While Teamprise officially supports Mac OS X (PPC), it will come as a disappointment to the rest of the mac zealots out there that the Teamprise Client Suite is not officially supported in OS X for x86. If I were reading about a product release in April 2006, and it included OS X PPC support but no OS X Intel support, I'd start wondering. After all, it's April 2006! Apple's shipping three machines with Intel chips, and the developer box has been available for nearly a year! Apple says making Universal applications is trivial, you just check another box in XCode! So why no Intel support?