Microsoft Announces Visual Studio 2013, Team Foundation Server 2013

Microsoft puts the focus on Team Foundation Server and an even heavier emphasis on the application lifecycle management (ALM) of the two products. Scheduled to be available later this year, TFS 2013 features cloud-based services, business agility, quality enablement, DevOps, and it will be made publicly available at the Microsoft Build conference later this month. Read more here.



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