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imageOver on the Northwest Cadence blog we are doing a big push on Visual Studio 11 (dev11) content.  I and my colleagues will be delivering content on Visual Studio 11,  Visual Studio 11 Team Foundation Server & Visual Studio Team Foundation Service (AKA TFS Preview).

I have been concentrating on the hosted (azure) version of TFS and my first blog post has just gone up on http://blog.nwcadence.com that includes both screenshots, opinions and video demos of TFS preview in action.

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Figure: Lots of awesome video demos

Some of the highlights are:

  • Live ID login
  • Web UI that works on more than IE
  • Dates on Iterations
  • Built in support for Team’s
  • Project & Team profiles with images and identity
  • Default areas and Iterations for teams
  • Support for configuring Alerts for others and teams
  • The ability to see effective permissions
  • Options to see where those effective permissions came from

I only have one post today, but I have more tomorrow:

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And this just the beginning…

There will be plenty more this month and after the 2012 MVP Global Summit in a couple of weeks…

Introduction to Visual Studio 11 was last modified: February 16th, 2012 by Martin Hinshelwood

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