Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 Team Foundation Server External Connector
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- Installation Method: Digital Download
- Estimated Delivery Time: 30 Minutes
- Devices Supported: 1 Server
- Installations Supported: 1 Server Installation
- License Type: Perpetual
- License Term: Indefinite
- Licensed Use: Licensed for Home and Commercial Use
- Brand: Microsoft
- Manufacturer Part Number: 66B-00787
- Platform Supported: Windows
- Operation Systems Supported: Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2012
- Minimum Hard Drive Space: 4 GB
- Minimum Memory: 2 GB
- Minimum Processor Speed: 2.0 GHz
Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 Team Foundation Server - External Connector License - Unlimited External User
Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012, MOL Level C, 1 license
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Manage your code with state of the art version control.
It supports teams of all sizes doing parallel development and includes many powerful features like atomic check-ins, branching and merging, shelving, labeling, concurrent check-outs, check-in policies, and the association of check-ins with work items. Differencing tools reduce the complexity in branching and merging and helps you understand the scope, organization, and maintenance of your source code and easily identify, track, and manage changes across branches.
Connect change to meaning with integrated work item tracking.
Work items can consist of requirements, tasks, bugs, issues, and test cases. The work item tracking system is extensible and you can define and control fields that are presented to the user, fields that are rolled up into reports, states that the work item can be in, how state transitions should occur, and receive alerts on state changes.
Increase visibility of your project with Team Web Access.
Team Web Access provides much of the functionality that is available through Team Explorer, and some additional tools for project management. Team Web Access also enables members of the organization who are not licensed to access TFS to access the Work Item Only View (WIOV) for managing the work items they created, such as reporting code defects and suggesting product features.
Centralize all roles in a single repository
Extend your development process to customers, business analysts, testers, and operations, with the tools they are familiar with, centralizing the information and improving team collaboration and traceability.
Collaborate in context to increase visibility and reduce hand-off waste
Team Foundation Server and its data warehousing capabilities provide a unified and integrated view across the team and can be adapted to your project needs. End-to-end information is provided in the context of the current task, dramatically improving the efficiency of the teams communications.
Consolidate your ALM across teams and technologies
Centralize application lifecycle management across different teams in the organization, starting with first-class ALM support for SharePoint and C++. Extend even further with Team Explorer Everywhere (now included with Team Foundation Server) connecting developers using Eclipse-based Java tools and Linux and Mac operating systems for better coordination and visibility than ever before.
Adopt agile techniques to become more effective
Flexible agile planning tools (like capacity planning, taskboards, and backlog management) allow teams to adopt incremental development techniques and agile methodologies, like Scrum, at your own pace. Use the same tools to enhance your current methodology more gradually.
Reconcile the agile team with your companys project management
Integration with Microsoft Project and Microsoft Project Server reconciles the software development team with the companys project management process, making sure agile and traditional project planning are integrated.
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The Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 Team Foundation Server is the one of the best editor I have ever worked with. It has many excellent features and I have highlighted some of the cool things below which I am fond of,1) Supports many programming languages 2) Easy to work with any type of project (Web, Windows, Mobile, etc..). 3) Easy to install third party tools, add-ons & extensions 4) Supports Git/TFS Btw, I like the recent Git source control integration which is really nice.The VS IDE is the one of the best editor I have ever worked with. It has many excellent features and I have highlighted some of the cool things below which I am fond of, 1) Supports many programming languages 2) Easy to work with any type of project (Web, Windows, Mobile, etc..). 3) Easy to install third party tools, add-ons & extensions 4) Supports Git/TFS Btw, I like the recent Git source control integration which is really nice.
I would recommend this 100% to anyone that is considering visual studio as it is just an all round great product. it provides many built in controls which would save you a lot of time when creating software. Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 Team Foundation Server has allowed for creating software which is customized for our clients needs. this especially helped in creating software quickly as it provides many tools and features to ease and speed up the process of software development. It has increased our team's productivity
By using Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 Team Foundation Server, we don't need to buy multiple products to do our software development. Also, in our organization we are developing multiple projects using different languages like ASP.Net, Knockout, Angular, React, etc.. and for all these projects we only use one IDE and that is Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 Team Foundation Server. There are a few things i dislike about this software, not many but sometimes the loading & build time takes quite a lot of time. Also, it crashes unexpectedly when loading large projects.