Speaking at the Visual Studio ALM Virtual User Group about TFS 2010 Build

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    Subject: VSALM UG - Customizing the Build Process with TFS 2010 Build and Workflow Foundation
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Okay… Let’s try this again.  Last time we had some issues with Live Meeting and needed to reschedule this user group presentation.  The cool part is that I already have slides and my demo created!  I have included my slides again below for future reference.


November 1st: Customizing the Build Process with TFS 2010 Build and Workflow Foundation

Date: November 1st, 2010

  • Central European Standard Time [CEST] - 19:00
  • UTC [without Summer Time] – 17:00
  • Eastern Daylight Time [EDT] - 2:00 PM
  • Pacific Daylight Time [PDT] – 11:00 AM

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In TFS 2010, the automated build infrastructure has been revamped to use Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) instead of MSBuild. In this session, we will explore how to customize the default build process template and how to leverage multiple aspects of the workflow implementation for TFS 2010 Build.

We will cover:
• Explore the basics of Windows Workflow Foundation as it is used in TFS 2010 Build
• Review the high-level parts of the default build process template in TFS 2010 Build
• Adding new functionality to the build process using out of the box workflow activities
• Creating variables and process parameters that can be exposed to the end user
• Thoughts about designing & architecting your build process for reuse
• Building a custom activity for use in the build process template
• Deploying the custom activity to all of the build servers in the build farm




Ed Blankenship

Tuesday, 24 March 2015 23:40:11 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)
Well, it's pretty stawoghtfirrard: whatever the $41,000 was used to purchase must be the amount recharacterized (if the entire conversion is to be recharacterized). The rule is that the amount that you recharacterize is equal to the amount converted, plus any capital growth, interest, or dividends, and minus any expenses and capital loss associated with the amount.You should be able to follow the money via your statements, I would imagine. Hopefully the investment activity hasn't been too wild to piece this all together.Hope this helps -jb
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