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An enterprise-grade server for teams to share code, track work, and ship software — for any language, all in a single package. It’s the perfect complement to your IDE.

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Microsoft Corporation develops, licenses, and supports software products and services; and designs and sells hardware worldwide. Flagship products include Windows, Office, Azure, SQL Server, Exchange, SharePoint, Dynamics ERP and CRM, as well as Xbox; Skype; and Windows Phone.
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1975
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"Great Product, Ideal for Small Development Shops"

What do you like best?

If you use Visual Studio for development, TFS, or its online equivalent VSTS, you can have a fairly seamless end-to-end integration. Out of the box, it provides code management, testing, work hierarchy in agile formats, automated build, and deployment.

What do you dislike?

Branching and merging can be a bit painful, in that it needs to be planned, and is not natively part of the process. Code review also needs to be planned and only recently has it become part of the process.

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My only concern regarding TFS and VSTS is that Microsoft itself recommends using Git.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

In my current role, I've joined a shop that has application development as secondary to their role of desktop OS and app deployment/maintenance, so their code management practices are minimal. I am working towards getting all of their code into TFS, converting much of it to newer technologies, and using TFS to automate the process of build and deployment, although the near-term target is continuous integration.

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"Checkout the changes of the code from server to local workspace easily."

What do you like best?

I like about this application software is 'convenience'. We can undoubtedly make the shelveset of the progressions and contrast the local box code and most recent code of the server with no problem.

What do you dislike?

Sometime, It sets aside more effort to keep the code most recent or explicit utilizing source control.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

In the event that you need workspace for both server and the local box, This is valuable software. Simplicity to utilize and effective.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

In visual studio, We use it for source control pilgrim that contains our organization's venture.It cause us to keep the most recent code from the server to our local box with the goal that we can checkout the records and changes the code according to code exists on server.

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"Awesome platform for script handling scalable industry"

What do you like best?

I love Microsoft for its too good user interface and ease of use with its convenience of check in or rollback changes on server. We can make shelve set of modified script either its of c# or SQL files, we can save all in shelve set and other team member can access that too if have valid permissions. We can create create work item for each developer and attach to the change set. We can track change set later on if need to rollback it from server if we found any need of modification or any wrong change check in to server.

What do you dislike?

When dealing with TFS branching it goes quite complex but after sometime you will feel its not a headache at all. One have to planned the structure before he go for TFS branching. Shortcut creation is little bit hectic and we have to search online for the key value for setting the key shortcuts.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

It is well suited for small and large scale industry when you wants to check in changes changes to server or wants to compare the changes any time. Overall its a Microsoft product on which we can believe.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We make shelve set and check in the same on server once approved by authority. We can also rollback it from server so change set number is attached with each shelve set that make its quite simple to track at later stage.

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"Team foundation server helps to manage branch code and control"

What do you like best?

TFS is very powerful tool to maintain and control branch code . It can be very easy integrated with visual studio. We can manage code very efficiently and provide branch access to specific developers so that they can sync their work at real time . By managing - TFS helps create historical changesets that can be tracked and each changeset is denoted by Work Item . We can also configure which user can check-in code to which respective branch by modifying user access control policies of TFS. We can compare our code with latest , work branch or earlier changes as per requirement.

What do you dislike?

Sometimes TFS respond time is higher when branch include databases that needs to be published regularly.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

For making developers focus more on quality and less on managing code and branch TFS is perfect tool with combination with visual studio.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

through TFS we have implemented our projects that are easy to manage, document, track changes and made latest changes done at server - available to everyone at once . Thus making developers and leads to track changes and maintain branch healthy easy.

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"Team foundation server - helps to manage code and branch in easy and efficient way with VS."

What do you like best?

With TFS it's quite easy to manage , maintain code via integration with visual studio so that each developer or team member can anytime update code and all are able to access code changes at once . We can easily compare code with previous changes, check latest version, specific version of script files.

Maintaining branch is easy as all changes can be easily tracked using TFS and proper check in history is maintained as well which helps in code review process.

What do you dislike?

When branch becomes quite big and data base news to be published via TFS then it performs a bit slow but this is nothing as compared to its advantages.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

Must have to makes developers life easy as it helps in code management , tracking and creating code versions as well.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We have managed our development code via TFS here we maintain source code and provide branch access to working developers so that they can use updated System all times that can be check in to branch with association of work items . That makes their work quite easy to maintain and track code changes.

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"Inconvenient but can be usable "

What do you like best?

Integration with Microsoft Products: SharePoint, IIS, and integration with GitHub and git-flow.

Easy upgrade process from version 2015 to version 2017.

Version Control system.

Access via Desktop client and web browser.

What do you dislike?

Code review process, comments without dates and commentator name.

The TFS Addon for integration with windows explorer(Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server Power Tools) has bugs with folders. I spent a lot of time before I found a solution. After a new version installation, you need to change it to the previous version of power tools and proceed with the newest one.

I'd say TFS has bad UX and UI. It's hard to find projects and you need to write full ways to add a project.

Wiki-pages support appeared only in the version 2017. But wiki-pages has a poor functionality and UI.

It is necessary to improve the process of source code check out and check-in.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

If you use a mac it's used to be a problem. Because eclipse plugin looks ugly and unstable. From time to time, the TFS plugin for eclipse is suddenly closed.

I'd recommend accurately think about this solution.

It has strong benefits but for Atlassian products users, it seems to be contradictory and too strange.

But for .NET development and Microsoft Partners, there is ni=o another way. They need to wait for improvements.

At the moment it looks like Microsoft TFS is a weak solution.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We use Microsoft TFS as a common entrance pion for our Software development, business analysis, and Change management processes.

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"TFS - Great application for integration, deployment, code review etc."

What do you like best?

I like most branch and merge process of tfs. Next to this its shelve set, work item and change sets functionalities. Using tfs we easily maanged the project code in efficient way. Easy to define the security roles on different branch like who can checkin on Dev/Patch/Release/Main branch(es). History of change management is an amazing feature i can review easily when who did what change in a specific script. On TFS Build and Deploy task is simple and pretty easy. Its work space feature allows to me keep different project on different work spaces and can create work space easily.

What do you dislike?

Initially it does require a bit more efforts to use the advanced features of TFS.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

With the help of Team Foundation Server we managed the our projects code directory in an extreme efficient way. Build and deployment process of this application is much easy and it save lot of time. Improved the code review as comparison of old and new code changes is very easy. Its a great application for software project directory management.

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"Detailed but not flexible or straightforward"

What do you like best?

Technically it can be configured in a lot of detailed way depending on the team. It is more useful for the backend engineers who use it for version control and code review.

What do you dislike?

We primarily use it as a task management system and there is no easy way to attache multiple people to be assigned a task which might be cross-discipline. I prefer more visual systems like a Kanban style board. While it is very customizable, it takes a lot of effort to configure the way I would like it, and then is not flexible or easy to change afterwards.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We use it primarily for task management. I would prefer to use a system like Jira or Pivotal which are easier to work with in smaller teams like mine. It is more useful for the backend engineers who use it for version control and code review.

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"TFS makes work space effectively."

What do you like best?

I like most branch and merge procedure of TFS. Alongside this its hold shelve set, work item and change sets functionalities. Utilizing tfs we effectively dealt with the task code in proficient manner. Simple to characterize the security jobs on various branch like who can check in on Dev/Patch/Release/Main branch(es).

What do you dislike?

At first it requires more bit of memory to utilize the advance features of team foundation server.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

I recommend this product. Kind of difficult to use at first however after some time you will get hang of it. There are numerous youtube recordings that you can utilize and figure out how to utilize TFS.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Without a doubt the creation of team projects is a total benefit, because by including Team Foundation Server as a version history, you can access the different functionalities made in the duration of the project.

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"Amazing Product but there is room for improvement"

What do you like best?

I like how effortless is moving the stories and how things can get accomplished. Like the velocity task, albeit there are few major graphs could be improved. Keeping capacity of the team and also how swift it is to assign task and track the history of the activity on the board.

What do you dislike?

It is glitchy sometimes. There can be more graphs/data visualization. Putting team efforts into prespective as well as tracking the progress of individual developer on how many stories have been accomplished and how is the progress of the individual member and team going on.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We are using it to keep track of our Stories and also use it for keeping repository of code base.

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"One location for all team members to acccess!"

What do you like best?

TFS is one of our main tool we use to save all of our source code so that we all have access to one code version.

What do you dislike?

Sort of time consuming since you have to check out any source code. After using it, you have to check it in. Sometimes multiple users will check out the same code but at least you will get the latest version.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

Sort of difficult to use at first but over time you will get the hang of it.

There are many youtube videos that you can use and learn how to use TFS.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

The problem we are solving to store all our source coding into one location and to have one version of it.

Before TFS, we would use our own storage methods which led to multiple versions. TFS solved this issue.

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"Perfecto para sincronizar con entorno web"

What do you like best?

Este control de código fuente, es el perfecto para utilizar con entorno Microsoft, ya que se integra perfectamente por ejemplo con Visual Studio, tiene una interfaz bastante sencilla de utilizar una vez que ha sido configurado, y es muy útil a la hora de guardar versiones, y trabajar en equipo sobre el mismo proyecto.

What do you dislike?

Al integrar por primera vez crea confusión para el trabajo en equipo, ya que por defecto establece la opción de protección local, y si no se modifica antes de empezar un proyecto, puede generar conflictos y pérdida de código al proteger dos personas a la vez un mismo archivo.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

Ideal para entorno Microsoft, 100% recomendable

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Sin duda el control de versiones es muy útil como digo para trabajar en equipo y guardar registro de todos los cambios, así como tener ramificaciones y poder tener versiones estables, y modificar a partir de ellas sobre una nueva versión de proyecto.

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"Control de versiones de Microsoft"

What do you like best?

Ni Microsoft Foundation Server es el control de versiones ideal para utilizar con Visual Studio, se integra perfectamente, y te las opciones necesarias para poder trabajar en equipo, y controlar todos los cambios que realiza cada usuario y poder acceder en todo momento a ellos, tanto desde el historial para visualizarlos, como desde el raíz para recuperar una versión anterior.

What do you dislike?

Puede resultar algo complicada la configuración en un inicio si no lo has utilizado nunca, pero la verdad que una vez manejado no es algo a tener en cuenta.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

Control de versiones ideal para utilizar con las herramientas Microsoft

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Sin duda la creación de proyectos en equipo es un beneficio total, ya que al incluir Team Foundation Server como historial de versiones, puedes acceder a las diferentes funcionalidades realizadas en el tiempo que dure el proyecto.

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"TFS is wonderful product to work with Team "

What do you like best?

my likings are if you are working with TFS you will never miss a line of code. another is you can track each line of code by history who changed and what was it before changed. we can see who are working on the page.

What do you dislike?

sometimes is stuck in the middle of anything and we are unable to check-in or check-out. but that is also in very rare cases.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

If you are working in the team and would like to be sync all code. I Suggest TFS from Microsoft is a very reliable product. we can track each line of code written by whom and that is with the history.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

we do not have to take care of sync of code if we are developing a product with TFS and we can call its on a safe place. so no chances to miss anything.

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"Overall Poor VCS"

What do you like best?

It has some interesting features regarding project management / teamwork. Integrationcwoth AD is also nice. If you can, I'd recommend using the Git support as TFVC can be a pain to coworkers with especially if you do any work outside of the Microsoft Stack. It has a number of ALM tools built in, such as a ticket board, Kanban board, chat rooms, etc.,which may be helpful if you follow any sort of agile practices. It also supports code reviews, which is great.

What do you dislike?

Very poor IDE integration outside of Visual Studio. Poor and confusing documentation with some broken tools as well. The biggest example I've encountered of this is with Jetbrains IDE's. The Microsoft supplied plugin for VSTS required a command line tool that ended up breaking after working fine for several months. I reached out to support, and they were helpful, unfortunately I ended up getting nowhere.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

If you're not stuck in Microsoft vendor lock in, or not using a MS stack, it might be better use the Git support as opposed to TFVC

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Version Control primarily. It allows you to version and back up your code with decent integration with other parts of the Microsoft stack. It also provides a near complete set of ALM tools.

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"Good Tool for Organized Project Management"

What do you like best?

Its Version Management History, automatic Conflict resolution. And the Shelve Feature which help to store the changes without affecting any one page and also not keeping the file in Check Out. Also It Provides Two Different Types of Check Out Option Explicit and Implicit, which sometime helpful when we do not want anyone to make change into particular file.

What do you dislike?

By Default come up with so many features, it is confusing for the users who required only minimal features. Should have Role/Permission management functionality. Sometime hanging up the Visual Studio when try to get latest files.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

Very helpful to Keep Project In Sync with Version Management.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

It is helpful to manage our Big Project which is developing by multiple team members. Keeping all the codes in sync on server, so no need to worry about backup and security of code.

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"Good experience with TFS."

What do you like best?

With TFS it's quite easy to manage, control branch code with association with Microsoft visual studio developers can be updated at same time if new piece of code is checked in , we can track changes via changeset using work items , manage branch code means give permission to specific users to check in code . Take care of database changes as well at any point of time we can compare changes with workspace version , server version and old version with makes this tool expectional.

What do you dislike?

As its Microsoft product and it integrates very well with visual studio so overall cost of using this setup is high.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

Must have in organisation for managing large projects with weekly deployment easy to track and maintain branch healthy.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We have manage project using TFS where we now don't need to manually deploy changes and look for discrepancies as TFS makes job easy with full project control like changeset tracking and branch control. Which helps to achieve better targets.

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"The Foundation of Team Development"

What do you like best?

It works great and is full of functions and team collaboration tools. I further love that it is seamless within Visual Studio. I also love the fact that Microsoft lately has been integrating with Open Source platforms and technologies like Git and others.

What do you dislike?

Learning curve... (at least in administering it.) I'm sure that once you have it down, it would be fairly simple... but not everything is intuitive enough to automatically know how to use it.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

If you want a tool that you know works and is feature full then TFS is for your team. It does carry a bit of a learning curve especially with administration... but for those already used to administering Microsoft Products it should feel pretty familiar.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Team development collaboration

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"TFS - The test tracking tool you want"

What do you like best?

The way how we can have folders across versions, test plans, code is the best thing. While writing up defects, the ease to mention the fields for the developers to understand how to and where to find the defect is the best

What do you dislike?

It just keeps losing connection to the server at times. We need to connect again to the server if updates to the laptop is made.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

Any novice user with a little help can try using TFS because it will lay out all the groundwork for you and help collaborating with the developers easy and beneficial.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

The team collaboration has become better. Every team member can figure out any details regarding test cases or defects logged. I would recommend this to everyone who are new to defect tracking.

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"My Review Microsoft Team Foundation Server : (TFS)"

What do you like best?

Team Foundation Server is the Source Control for Microsoft which is the center of development for a team. The code is checked in by each developer on the TFS Server and other developers working on the same projects can take the latest from the server and start working on it. Branching is one of the other main features of TFS. Code comparing with the latest version on the server by doing the comparison with the latest option. The code is checked in by the name of the programmer that has made the changes. Other developers receive emails ones one developer checks in the code with all the files that have been checked in. The code can be reverted back to previous versions if any changes have wrongly been checked in or overwritten.

Show History Option is a great feature in TFS as it helps to see all the changes that have been made to a file previously and in what change set,

What do you dislike?

If we make changes to a file offline and when open the project online the pending changes are shown to all the files in the project folder. If any new file as added and taking the latest version doesn't show up the added file unless we do show all and include the file in the project.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

Built in with Visual Studio. Easy to use and branching are the few main features of it.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Working on the same projects as a team is the main purpose of TFS. All the developers in the team can work on different pages or features of the project and at the end of the day check in their code on the server. The changes are just reflected in the project when one takes latest on the project - - Get Latest Version.

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"Nice version control software"

What do you like best?

The best thing about Team Foundation Server is it's integration in Visual Studio. The way it is integrated is, in my opinion, very good. You can add, modify, remove files from your project and the appropriate action in Team Foundation Server will be done automatically when you "check in" your code. Another great thing about it is the web interface. It easy to use and we use it to give access to managers who would like to see code changes without having Visual Studio installed on their computer.

What do you dislike?

The thing I dislike about this is not being able to just download a certain project to have as a copy on my computer. In an old version (Visual Source Safe at the time) you could just right-click on a project and select "download locally" and that was it. Now it is more complicated...unless I didn't look at the right place.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

Team Foundation Server has a lot to offer and, unfortunately, we are not using all of its features. We use it for file versioning. That being said, for file versioning, it does a great job and it integrates well with Visual Studio.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We use Team Foundation Server for version control. All our Visual Studio developments are stored in it. It is easy to use and does not require much effort of our part.

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"Buen programa para el trabajo en equipo con productos Microsoft"

What do you like best?

No es solo un control de versiones, su funcionalidad da para muchos mas, es perfecto para el trabajo en equipo sobre un gran proyecto, ya que tiene múltiples opciones configurables para poder trabajar con el mismo archivo, o bloquear dicho archivo para que solo pueda estar en uso por una persona.

What do you dislike?

Lo que menos me gusta, es que por defecto en Visual Studio, el área de trabajo aparezca con la ubicación Local, ya que te crea confusión, porque dos personas pueden trabajar a la vez con el mismo achivo, debería aparecer por defecto la opción servidor.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

Muy recomendable para productos Microsoft, expecialmente Visual Studio

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Control de versiones, ideal para el trabajo en equipo, y poder trabajar desde distintos equipos.

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"TFS - Very useful for Projects Among Big Teams"

What do you like best?

The Shelve Feature i like most in TFS. Other features like Version Management, automatic conflicts management and History of Files. And it is secured too.

What do you dislike?

Available Features options should be customizable based on user requirement. Templates should be easy to customize.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

Good Tool to use for Projects for which big teams are working on different location.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Very useful for us for the Project on which various teams are working and all the thing remains on one place. Does not need to worry of sync.

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"TFS and git"

What do you like best?

We use Team Foundation Server mainly as our git repository for C# solutions. The integration with Visual Studio 2017 is excellent.

What do you dislike?

The UI / UX can be better. All the functions are there, but sometimes you have to search for it.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

If you are looking for a non-cloud solution for your Microsoft development stack Team Foundation Server is a good choice.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We wanted to use git and a local git repository (non-cloud based) to match our Microsoft server stack and development infrastructure.

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"Gran control de versiones"

What do you like best?

Excelente control de versiones para utilizar principalmente con Visual Studio, se integra perfectamente, y permite interactuar varios miembros de un equipo de manera simultanea, guardando versiones en cada cambio que se realice de los diferentes archivos de un proyecto.

What do you dislike?

Si no lo configuras correctamente, puedes perder cambios a la hora de hacer chekIn ya que los Merge a veces no funcionan del todo exactos.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

Muy recomendable para utilizar como control de versiones con Visual Studio

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Una de las mejores opciones es poder revisar el historial para ver que cambios se hicieron y porque, ya que puedes almacenar comentarios en todos ellos, puede ayudarte a la hora de corregir errores del pasado.

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