Hi Everyone,

It’s been a long time, I know I promised to write posts every week but it has been quite a complicated time for me.

Now with the new year I promise I will write at least 3 post per week, sometimes it will be only a single line with some useful link and sometimes it will a whole chapter of a book.

For my first post this year I want to talk about the TFS Preview.

I am almost 100% sure that you have already heard about it, it has been there for a while now. The TFS preview is a service Microsoft offers to be used as a Code Repository, Team Control Management, etc…

One of the great things about this service is that it is completely FREE up to 5 users, it is obviously not a reliable system for a Company yet, a company can always install TFS in a server, but is a great tool for any Contractor that wants to be able to access his/her tools from every environment the is working in.

The main reason why I used TFS Preview is that one, I strongly believe that each of us need to have our own library of helpers. Not all of us deliver our code the same way after all.


So, what are you waiting for? Give it a try, you will like it! Another day I will prepare a post with the integration between this TFS Preview and the new capabilities of Visual Studio 2012




UPDATE: My friend Seb (http://mindthecloud.net) has provided me with a very good feedback about this recent posts. From his point of view, TFS Preview works absolutely fine with Visual Studio 2010 and he would recommend it as he has been using it for over a year.

UPDATE: It is also important to let everyone know that the opinions reflected in this blog are entirely my own.