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Remote Development Teams: How to Make Them More Efficient Using TFS 2015 and Git

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in AgileThought Solutions Architect and ALM Ranger, Derrick Cawthon, as he discusses how to avoid remote team nightmares by using TFS 2015 and Git.

Git is a free version control system known for its speed, reliability, and non-linear development model. Created by Linus Torvalds (creator of Linux), Git is a distributed version control tool whereas Team Foundation Server (TFS)/Visual Studio Online (VSO) is a centralized version control tool. We will cover some of the main features of Git and Team Foundation Server including the reasons why an organization would select Git in the remote team development process.

We will also look into the new enhancements made in TFS 2015 to make it easier than ever for teams to pick their own source control tool rather than simply accepting TFS as the default.

Remote Development Teams: How To Make Them More Efficient Using TFS 2015 & Git

60 Minute Webinar Covers

  • Ability to work offline (anywhere)
  • End to end traceability – from Commit to Build
  • Use of Command line interface
  • Creating personal sandbox
  • 15 minute Q&A with Microsoft ALM Ranger

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