The introduction of Visual Studio Online doesn't mean the end of Team Foundation Server, but it does change the way Microsoft does application lifecycle management.
Mickey looks at the changes to static code analysis since Visual Studio 2010.
Team Foundation Server 2013's lightweight code comments could change the way your team collaborates.
Visual Studio 2013's new CodeLens feature provides a wide variety of information to the developer, all while never leaving the code editing window.
Think of a Team Room as a collaborative chat workspace that records everything that happens on your team. In addition to being a real-time chat room, it also integrates with TFS to display data and interactions.
In Part 2 of his column, Mickey Gousset dives deeper into the Test Explorer window.
Test-driven development has been enhanced with Visual Studio 2012; learn how to use this powerful tool by building a class library for math functions.
Learn how Team Foundation Server 2012 and Kanban go together.
Mickey Gousset reviews a Visual Studio extension that provides real-time collaboration options.
Visual Studio 2012 Update 1 (Ultimate Edition) includes a new tool to help visualize code relationships, and it's worth your time to learn.
Work item tagging allows you to add searchable "keywords" to individual work items in TFS.
Learn how Visual Studio 2012 makes exploratory testing quick and easy.
A new feature in TFS 2012, Local Workspaces allows edits, renames and deletes to be done locally without any communication to the server.
TFS 2012 has improved on the team concept to create logical teams, or groups, of members for different projects.
Part 1 in a series for learning how to use Microsoft's cloud-based version of Team Foundation Server.
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