What does Team Foundation Server 2013 offer the non-Windows user?

With the recent launch of Team Foundation Server 2013, I thought it would be a good time to take a step back and look at what Team Foundation Server (TFS) now provides to the non-Windows desktop user. There are plenty of scenarios where some part of the organisation is using different technologies that don’t involve…

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Well, I like Team Foundation Server and I like Git, but which is better?

With apologies to Harry Hill, we won’t be having a fight to find out because choosing between Git and Team Foundation Server (TFS) is no longer mutually exclusive. Version control is probably the single most important piece of the development environment after the IDE itself, essential for teams and I’d argue extremely valuable even for…

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Upcoming Visual Studio 2012 ALM events coming to London, Reading and Edinburgh soon

My team are putting on some more Application Lifecycle Management events in February and March. These are essentially an end to end demo running through Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server 2012. We run them as relatively small and informal sessions and they run from 10:00 until approximately 14:00, with lunch included, covering: Overview of the…


Application Lifecycle Management with Visual Studio 2012 Events: Reading, Edinburgh and London

We’re putting on some more Application Lifecycle Management events in October and November. These are essentially an end to end demo running through Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server 2012. We run them as relatively small and informal sessions and they run from 10:00 until approximately 14:00, with lunch included, covering: Overview of the Microsoft…

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