Team Projects and Source Code Control Patterns

For Team Foundation Server, some of the most frequently asked questions focus on setting-up team projects and source control structures. In this post (Team Projects and Source Code Control Patterns), Michael Ruminer of Magenic Technologies starts to address these questions based on his experience working with clients adopting Team Foundation Server.

Many times how an enterprise uses their code is very different and crosses many Team Projects with ownership of various pieces of code bases changing over time. This leaves them wondering at implementation -“How in the world do I reconcile our projects and teams with TFS Team Projects and their linkage to source code roots. I’ll show some of the questions that have arisen and what some various solutions the client chose- good, bad or indifferent.

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