Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 brings a number of new features into the integrated ALM toolset. With new features like PowerPoint Storyboarding, Integrated Code Review Features, Stakeholder Feedback, and a newly integrated Developer / Operations Workflow, you will quickly find many reasons to upgrade to next version Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server.

In this webinar, we’ll briefly discuss the breadth of new ALM features. View the free recorded video below on what you need to know for upgrading to Team Foundation Server 2012.

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  • Avatar Luc says:

    1. Is Service Pack 1 *required* for a TFS2010 upgrade or migration to TFS2012?
    2. We are reasonably new to TFS2010 and haven’t built up much content yet (only 1 Collection with multiple Team Projects). We are thinking of performing a migration from TFS 2010 On-Premise to TFS 2012 Azure (TFService).
    a. Should we use the new GIT repo support rather than TFS; i.e. will GIT be strategic for MS, and the TFS repository dropped?
    b. Should we use the Scrum 2.x process (default in TFS2012) rather than Agile 5.x (default in 2010); i.e. will Scrum be strategic for MS, and the Agile process less focused?
    c. What tool/process do we use to migrate individual Team Projects from TFS2010 On-Premise to TFS2012 Azure? Will the migration allow moving from a TFS repository/Agile process to a GIT repo/Scrum process? Does the tool/process allow us to migrate Team Projects back to TFS 2012 On-Premise

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