Team Foundation Server is gaining traction, do you know it well enough to teach?

Posted by: Marc's Musings, on 12 Sep 2006 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

I'm very pleased with my experiences thus far with Team Foundation. It's version control tools are excellent, the work item stuff is very flexible, but in truth I haven't worked with much of the rest of it. There's all the portal stuff, the guidance stuff, the diagramming tools. All very cool, but not quite on my radar. So today, when I got a call from a recruiter looking for someone to mentor a team in the effective use of TFS, I knew I wasn't the guy for the job... not to mention that I'm happy...

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