Oliver Rist has written a piece in his column on InfoWorld.com about his team’s experience installing Team Foundation Server Beta 3.
When I heard this, I figured today would be a loss, as they’d probably be up all night getting the thing to work. Turns out they were done in time to retire and watch Rome, so I figured I’d share their impressions for anyone who might be managing an in-house Visual Studio development project. For those unlucky folks, a little sun is shining through: Beta 3 is apparently a significant step up from the previous iteration in terms of the installation smoothies. This really had my dev guys impressed as the new beta seems to auto-configure even the required underlying services, such as SQL Server services.
Read more here.
In his column, he notes that he couldn’t find any information about pricing, which you can find online here.