Topic: tfs

Code Search now available in Microsoft’s Visual Studio Team Services

Developers can now search across all their code with the general availability of Code Search. Code Search is designed to improve cross-team collaboration and code sharing, and help developers locate relevant information. It is available in Microsoft’s Visual Studio Team Services as well as Team Foundation Server “15.” “With this release Code Search now understands … continue reading

Microsoft addresses TFS bugs, announces TFS 2015.2.1

It has only been a few weeks since Microsoft released its “major” update to Team Foundation Server, TFS 2015 Update 2 (also known as TFS 2015.2), and already the company is releasing an update to address many complaints from its customers. The company announced it will be releasing a minor update, TFS 2015.2.1, designed to … continue reading

Modern Requirements Extends TFS

Software teams need more effective ways of managing requirements regardless of which development methodology they’re using. Rather than mapping third-party requirements tools to TFS and hoping for the best, organizations are choosing eDevTECH’s Modern Requirements suite, which adds requirements management capabilities to TFS. It is the only requirements management suite that uses TFS as an … continue reading

Microsoft releases Team Foundation Server 2015

At long last, Microsoft has released Team Foundation Server 2015. This version of Microsoft’s ALM collaboration platform packs a breadth of new features and capabilities, from a build system overhaul, the new Team Project Rename feature and Continuous Delivery capabilities in the Azure build pipeline, to Git and extensibility improvements, and revamped agile project management. … continue reading

Microsoft announces pricing changes for Team Foundation Server and Visual Studio Online

Microsoft has announced plans to tweak the pricing and licensing of its ALM offerings to improve enterprise development teams’ bottom lines. Brian Harry, Microsoft corporate vice president of the Developer Division, revealed that Microsoft will roll out pricing changes for VS Online in the next month or so, and in the next on-prem release of … continue reading

Developing FROM the Cloud

Microsoft describes its Visual Studio Online offering as being “based on the capabilities of Team Foundation Server with additional cloud services.” Productivity across teams is a competitive advantage that is not just nice to have anymore, and a big key to productivity is providing the tools needed for Agile development. The drive to do more, … continue reading

SD Times news digest: September 5, 2014— Microsoft’s Visual Studio and TFS update, Apple iCloud security alerts, and NVIDIA’s patent lawsuit

Microsoft releases Visual Studio and TFS 2013 Update 4 CTP 1 Keeping up its accelerated update pace, Microsoft has released the first community technology preview of Update 4 for Visual Studio 2013 and Team Foundation Server 2013. Microsoft TFS product unit manager Brian Harry announced Update 4 CTP 1 in a blog post, detailing primarily … continue reading

Visual Studio 2013 Update 3 provides CodeLens support for GitHub repositories

Microsoft has released the final version of Visual Studio 2013 Update 3 and Team Foundation Server Update 3, with a veritable laundry list of new features and added support. The release was announced in tandem with blog posts from Microsoft Developer Division corporate vice presidents S. Somasegar and Brian Harry. One of the biggest new … continue reading

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