What’s New in Team Foundation Server 2013

Team Foundation Server (TFS) is an enterprise tool for managing your application lifecycle from requirements through code design, implementation, testing and deployment. The ability to trace requirements, tasks, defects, and test cases to checked-in code improves tracking to more quickly and reliably deliver projects on time and on budget.

Team Foundation Server 2013 introduces a number of new features such as portfolio backlog management, the use of GIT as the version control repository, team rooms for collaboration, improvements in build automation and more.

In this session, I will demonstrate many of the new features plus some of the new capabilities in Visual Studio 2013 including load testing in the Cloud.

Brian Minisi

Brian Minisi is a Principal Consultant for Neudesic.  A Microsoft MVP and ALM Ranger, Brian is a frequent speaker at code camps and user groups. He is also an organizer of the Philly ALM User Group and the Philly Azure User Group. Brian is also a board member of the TechBash conference held in the Poconos each year.  He has been working with Microsoft technologies since 1998 and has been working in .NET since 2001. He is passionate about architecture and all aspects of the application lifecycle, cloud and DevOps.