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No More Read Only Files… Please Welcome Local Workspace Feature in TFS2012

  • Nov 27, 2012 · 12:00 PM
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In the previous versions of TFS, files were marked as read only to indicate that they were in a checked in state. It was also a pain to check in the files that were processed outside Visual Studio from Team Explorer. Things have changed!! TFS2012 comes loaded with a new feature that is the “Local Workspace” feature.

In this presentation, Ahmed will show the Local Workspace feature in action. Ahmed will also show the new look of team explorer in Visual Studio 2012 while presenting the topic.

Bio

Ahmed Al-Asaad is an independent consultant. He has expertise in leading teams, software architecture, systems integration, software audits, Biztalk, Windows client and web development, SOA, SQL Server and other technologies. Ahmed presented in Techdays Canada 2012, Ottawa .NET Community (ODNC), OttawaCodeCamp and recorded videos for www.HandsOnVisualStudio.com. Ahmed also writes articles on his blog at http://lajak.wordpress.com. Ahmed has a Bachelor degree in Computer Systems Engineering and a Master’s degree in Technology Innovation Management.

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  • Ahmed A.

    Here is a link for the slides
    https://skydrive.live.com/redir?resid=ABEFA5A8E9CF598E!25925&authkey=!AAiNd4lZXpMkNTg

    Unfortunately, the VM that had Visual Studio installed wasn't recognizing the TFS Server on another VM although it was just before I left to the office. I decided to install Visual Studio on another VM that was recognizing the server instead of wasting time troubleshooting the problem.

    Please accept my apology and hope you enjoyed the topic.

    November 27, 2012

  • Ralph S.

    The presentation would have gone a lot better if the presenters laptop had been all ready to go. Having to install Visual Studio etc during the talk was unfortunate lack of preparation.

    November 27, 2012

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