Team Foundation Server (commonly abbreviated to TFS) is a Microsoft product offering source control, data collection, reporting, and project tracking, and is intended for collaborative software development projects.

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What advantages does TFS have over Tortoise SVN in this scenario?

This is neither a Holy War invocation nor is it http://stackoverflow.com/questions/661389/tfs-vs-svn - This question is much more specific and would potentially make a team of developers very happy: ...
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Resources for using TFS for Agile Project Development? [closed]

Our company just installed TFS for us to start using for project development processes and source control. They want us to start using it to manage our projects as well. We have a small team, no ...
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How to use external file comparer in MS TFS

I don't like ms diff that integrated into Visual Studio 2008 TFS Edition. Is it possible to change this file comparer to external one (Beyond Compare, for example)?
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What are some good practices before checking in source code? [closed]

My team uses Team Foundation Server for source control, and today I fixed some bugs and smoke test application before I checked it in but I forgot to comment some code. (This code made the UI a little ...
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Do you check in bin or debug folders (and dlls) into your TFS?

Quick question about TFS - Do you guys check-in bin/debug folders into TFS? (if so, why?) Since the content of those folders are dynamically generated is it better to leave them out so that the ...
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Should a developer always use version control [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Version control for independent developers? I've heard statements to the effect of: "Well it's just me working on this project so I don't need to put it under source ...
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mercurial or tfs for codeplex?

I've been working on a .NET personal project for a little while now and it's almost ready to go open source. I've decided (arbitrarily) to host it on codeplex. Codeplex offers TFS or mercurial. I'm ...
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How do you structure your branches in TFS

My group at work has been trying to come up with a good process that we can use with TFS. I'm just wondering if some of you guys had some successful strategies with using TFS across multiple sites ...