Visual Studio Team Foundation Server (TFS) improves collaboration, facilitates testing and provides other project management features to stakeholders in the development process. Visual Studio TFS 2015 updates (the last version was released in 2013) include project server extensions, quick code editing, team build preview, text filtering on backlog and task board updates and much more.
The feature updates have reviewers buzzing about the possibilities presented in TFS 2015 and it is easy to see why. The interface tracks changes easily, freeing up team members from potentially lengthy meetings, allowing increased autonomy in the development process.
Team Foundation Server training is not just for the new kids, either. Classes at QuickLearn are available in a range of levels (Introductory, Professional and Advanced) to accommodate your development team’s needs. QuickLearn offers these course options online to accommodate attendance from anywhere in the world and students can re-take courses any time within six months, free of charge.