Microsoft launches Team Foundation Service Preview

Microsoft launches Team Foundation Service Preview

Posted by richard | September 14, 2011 | Conferences, Team Services

There are many, many new and cool technologies and products being introduced, announced, and launched at //Build this week.

One of these is close to my heart: the Visual Studio Team Foundation Service Preview which is available at tfspreview.com. This preview is more than just a “rent-a-source-control-repository” in the sky, but it’s a full ALM tool that provides collaboration services for development teams of any size, including the new Agile project management tools.

For more information, including several helpful tutorial videos (that I created), read Martin Woodward’s blog post.

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