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TFS Client Licensing Policy Review


  • Single collection – No farms
  • Server licensing – Per server (App & Data)
  • Client licensing – CAL ($500)
  • Connect through Visual Studio



Streamline Health's Lifecycle Practices

Streamline Health develops software solutions that support revenue cycle optimization for healthcare enterprises. Streamline’s Innovations department is responsible for creating and maintaining our software products, from requirements gathering through to delivery of releasable code to our client services team. 173 more words


Benefits of using Octopus Deploy Integration Tasks in vNext Builds

If you are like me and you use Octopus Deploy for deploying your projects; it can be a challenge to keep your OctoPack version updated. Restoring the OctoPack NuGet package each time you build with VSTS or TFS can be a challenge because if you perform a TFS XAML Build the build will fail because it cannot find the associated OctoPack targets and associated dlls. 494 more words

Octopus Deploy

Empty by Hayley R. Hardman #writephoto

When the moors were empty, it made them far better to walk upon, Wish decided. There weren’t noisy children running around or dogs barking or horses clopping everywhere. 34 more words

Photo Prompt

Heidi Erlebnisweg in Maienfeld (Schweiz)

Auf den Spuren von Heidi, Peter, Klara, Josef und dem Alm-Öhi. Der Heidi-Erlebnisweg führt vom Heididorf in 12 Stationen zur Heidialp „Ochsenberg“ hinauf.

Die Stationen im Überblick: … 104 more words

Gameplay & Story Details Revealed In Fire Emblem Echoes New "Two Armies" Trailer

A new detailed trailer for Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia has made its way online. Story details on Alm & Celica’s place in the two army war, as well as gameplay details like the pair-up system being gone and the return of Casual mode are shown in this voiced breakdown. 26 more words

Scaling Agile using Microsoft Visual Studio Team Services

When the Agile Manifesto was written about 16 years ago, it had a simple goal and that is to uncover better ways of writing software… 781 more words