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Git alternative to a shelveset in TFS

I use git for my personal projects, so I have never run into any issues with Git, however I had a discussion at work today and its something that I haven't thought about. In TFS you can store your ...
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1answer
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Git Repository Setup

I am moving my companys source control from TFS to GIT. We have TFS currently defined as. Project Collection / / Client A / Product A / Product B / Product C / Client B / Product D / Product E / ...
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How to evaluate moving to Team Foundation Server

My development team presently uses the following software in our workflow: JIRA Bamboo (Atlassian continuous integration) Greenhopper (Atlassian agile project management) Confluence Git, hosted on ...
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3answers
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Team switching from TFS Source Control to TFS with Git, not sure how to handle complex project structure

I've used git for my personal projects for years, but that's always working alone, not needing to branch much, etc. Our development team at work has decided we are definitely switching to git, and as ...
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version control security

We are looking for a version control tool. I personally think it's pretty cool to use Git. However, my boss recommends TFS. He told me it's much more secure to use an SQL Sever based tool, such as TFS ...
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What's the best way to handle multiple simultaneous “streams” of development in version control?

My department is planning on working on our next several releases (spanning a year) simultaneously. The powers that be are advocating we support this by refactoring all affected code into classes ...
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From TFS to Git

I'm a .NET developer and I've used TFS (team foundation server) as my source control software many times. Good features of TFS are: Good integration with Visual Studio (so I do almost everything ...