Hello and welcome everybody to our TNWiki Article Spotlight on Tuesday.
Most of you already know that I’m a bookworm and that I love Windows Azure. Today I want to share an article about a topic which is #3 on my list of passions: Application Lifecycle Management (ALM). When I talk about ALM I talk about Team Foundation Server in the same breadth. Why? It’s the tool I use every day, I hate every day, I love every day. That’s the reason why I have chosen a TFS article for this post, but I have to admit that I have searched quite a while before I found an article for todays spotlight. Here it is – What’s New in Team Foundation Server 2012?
Originally started by Mohamed Radwan, a Visual Studio ALM MVP, this article has been around for some months. What do I love about this article? Mohamed explains shortly what has changed with TFS 2012, but what I really like are the videos embedded in this article. To make a long story short: If you are a professional developer, even if you are familiar with TFS, you should definitely have a look at this article (and lean backwards to enjoy the videos).