When you edit the properties of a project in Visual Studio, you can enter a Title, Description, Company, Copyright and Version in the Assembly Information section. The question becomes, how do you use these in a project so that you have a single source of information? In this article I'll walk you through the steps used to access the assembly information so you can easily use it throughout your application.
Here is how you delete a project from your Visual Studio Online account.
I recently had an issue where I had to rollback an entire branch in TFS and then hand apply a whole mess of changes. Here's how you get those changes made outside of Visual Studio to be recognized as changed in Visual Studio.