As you know my daily work is highly depending on Visual Studio Team Foundation Services, so when last week VS 2017 was released, I immediately installed it and continued my work as before. It's one of those great things of VS: a high up- and downward compatibility. It makes me smile.
Nevertheless there are always a couple of things that I need to reinstall to have my setup the way I want it. Among them:
For this I lately used Steve Fenton's post Add Visual Studio Command Prompt To Visual Studio 2015. Straight forward to implement. However for 2017 it needs some tweaking with respect to the argument:
The VS Command Prompt will now be available in: Tools > VS Command Prompt
Not just for fun. For immediate us. [8)]
Remember when I had time to install new versions or even beta versions, just for fun! That's a long time ago. [:D]
Hi Erik, nope just an upgrade wanting to see what VS 2017 is ...
Any updates in the TFS area worth upgrading for? Or why did you hurry up so much to upgrade? [;)]