How do I series: Set up Team Foundation Version Control (TFVC) on your development machine

To set up Team Foundation Version Control (TFVC) on your dev machine, you just need to create a workspace and then add your code.

Before you start you have to create a team project as the following: 352 more words


#TeamServices – Prueba las extensiones de pago en en forma gratuita por 30 días !!!

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Ho toca una buena noticia para los usuarios de Visual Studio Team Services y Team Foundation Server. Ahora tenemos la posibilidad de probar las extensiones de pago del Marketplace por 30 días. 197 more words


#TeamServices – Try paid extensions for 30 days for Free !

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Some good news for the Visual Studio Team Services and Team Foundation Server users. Now we can browse and test the paid extensions in the Marketplace for a 30 days trial period. 125 more words


TESTING USING TFS-Team Foundation Server

By  Madhu Sudhanan

This is the first in a series of posts on this topic.

I would first like to thank people, who had read my blog and gave a great comments. 709 more words


SonarQube - Active Directory Plugin

If you’ve been using SonarQube with TFS on-premises chances are you using the LDAP plugin to integrate with your Active Directory.  We are currently running version 5.4 of SonarQube with v1.5.1 of the LDAP plugin and are migrating to SonarQube 5.6 which brought this to my attention. 229 more words

Configure a Visual Studio Online (VSO) Build Agent

When using Visual Studio Online (VSO) in your team or for your personal projects, it is very useful to integrate a compilation and a continuous deployment process. 355 more words

Tips And Others

Undoing Someone Else's Changes in TFS

Do a google search for “how to check-in another user’s changes in TFS” and you will find a couple of pages of MSDN documentation and a whole lot of forum articles questioning how to do this.   534 more words

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