Visual Studio Team System Valuable Features

Fad Mohi
Head of Software Development Department at ACT
The most valuable feature is the code management, where there is sharing of code for developers and it is distributed within the organization. We have lately been trying to use the built-in functionality for task management and software lifecycle development. This is a new feature and it is pretty good. We are just in the evaluation phase, comparing it to other task management tools. View full review »
NetMESarch67
.Net and MES Architect at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
What I like about this solution is that you have Source control that enables you to organize and track the production so that you know where you are in the development phase and so on. You can also make some continuous integration with it, so it is a complete solution with a complete set of features in one box. We don't even use all the features. View full review »
reviewer1138779
Software Engineer at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
What I like most is that it is a very comprehensive product. IntelliSense and CodeLens are helpful because they help you (auto)complete your code, can show you details about methods, such as how many times it is called from other places within the code and where. Debugging functionalities are useful too. I also like the structure of how it creates solutions and programs. Visual Studio is quite fast and responsive compared to some other programs that I have used. View full review »
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Jan Meeremans
Owner at Myriade
What I like about this solution is that it is one big framework, which everybody knows, so one can quite easily start-up new developers using it. View full review »
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