Microsoft Announces Launch of Java SDK for Team Foundation Server

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As part of its batch of developer-related announcements at the TechEd 2011 conference here, Microsoft announced a new Java software development kit for its Team Foundation Server product. The new Team Foundation Server SDK for Java will include all the required documentation, many sample tidbits of code and redistributable components aimed at helping developers to create software products that will integrate with Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2010.

Microsoft's TechEd 2011 Conference is bringing many goodies and along with them includes Microsoft's new Java Development SDK for their Team Foundation Server

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