A couple of years ago, my current employer paid a lot of good money for setting up a Team Foundation Server for its developers. Now, I'm not a big fan of TFS but we are trying to make the best of things. Setting up build scripts is a real PITA with a lot of friction compared to the magnificent TeamCity. The process templates (MSF agile and CMMI) that come out-of-the box suck big time too. To me, TFS looks like a big ball of mud.
A while ago, I stumbled into this CodePlex project called Scrum Dashboard.
Now that's more like it! It's being developed and used by the good people of EPiServer. It has a few prerequisites like TFS 2008, the TFS Web Access Power Tool and Scrum for Team System 2.0 which RTM'd earlier this week.
This is definitely something I want to try when our TFS is upgraded to TFS 2008. If you are using the Scrum Dashboard, please let me know your thoughts and experiences.