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2018-05-23T10:30:00Z

What is your primary use case for TFS?

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Top 10Real User

We use TFS for project management.

2021-10-11T17:18:06Z
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Top 5LeaderboardReal User

As the solution is cloud-based, we always use the latest version. We use it comprehensively for client career management. We can use it to read test cases and link cases. Everything is done in TFS.

2021-09-03T10:05:50Z
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Real User

It is mainly for the work item handling, which is the documentation for the development projects. We also use it for requirement handling and then following a project's progress with tasks or issues.

2021-03-07T22:07:47Z
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Top 5LeaderboardReal User

We use the solution mainly for store version control, backlog and product management.

2021-03-05T19:20:20Z
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Top 5LeaderboardReal User

We are developers using the TFS for controlling, and for continuously developing our code.

2021-01-08T19:00:40Z
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Real User

We mainly use it for source control. In the past, I've used it throughout the whole CI/CD. I've worked with Scrum and Agile methodologies. From the user story, from the product backlog to the CI/CD and deployment. I've used it for everything — the whole nine yards. At my previous company, there were a lot of employees using this solution; it was the only system that was being used.

2020-11-03T00:11:59Z
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Top 20Real User

The primary use for TFS is for event planning, including things like writing the user story and then assigning tasks to the developers. Another task is writing test cases, then recording test results, and sending bugs to the team members. The third thing is that we use TFS as part of our CICD pipeline. As part of our pipeline, we use it for checking in code and it acts as a repository. This leads to the fourth thing we use it for, which is to move the code from dev to QA to production. Essentially, we establish a complete lifecycle using TFS. We also use it in conjunction with Azure DevOps.

2020-10-08T07:25:17Z
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We use TFS for test management. Our entire project management is done through TFS. We have our test cases uploaded, and we use it for user story tracking and progress tracking. TFS is on our client's VMs.

2020-09-21T06:33:13Z
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Top 5Real User

We have a DevOps team and we primarily use TFS for bug tracking.

2020-08-30T08:33:41Z
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Top 20Real User

We are using the core repository for the complete development life cycle.

2020-08-11T06:17:34Z
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Top 20Real User

I am an end-user, using this solution to assign tasks for my development team.

2020-08-02T08:16:40Z
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Real User

We use TFS for source control and we use code to connect to TFS as well. It's all generated and the normal process for a developer; we take the latest coding, and whenever there is a build required, we get the latest from other developers and carry out the build. We also do branching and leveling. I'm a solution architect and our company has a partnership with Microsoft.

2020-07-16T06:21:11Z
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Top 20Real User

I use TFS as a code repository for version control.

2020-06-18T05:18:35Z
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Top 20Real User

At my previous company, I was using TFS for managing projects and code.

2020-06-17T10:56:06Z
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Real User

We use Microsoft Team Foundation Server as part of our development framework. Most of our development technology is from Microsoft and our primary language is C#, although we do have a number of Java programmers as well. We primarily use TFS for managing our resources and scheduling. We can also use it to check to see whether tasks have been completed by the team, or not.

2020-02-20T06:37:59Z
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Real User

We use this solution for test management, bug management, and product backlog items grooming.

2019-10-16T10:48:00Z
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Real User

We use this solution for corporate internal SW development of small business applications manly in .NET. I am the administrator and configurator of TFS Servers and other DevOps related tools (Jenkins, Ansible, Nexus, SonarQube). I create the projects and configure the full life-cycle, with a deployment model mainly on-premises for now.

2019-10-07T11:43:00Z
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Top 20LeaderboardReal User

The primary use case of this solution is version control. We use it for ticketing protecting particular items, we use the dashboard, and we use the Kanban board where you can put work items. The deployment model that we are using is on-premises.

2019-10-06T16:38:00Z
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Real User

It's an integrated system that includes all the information that we need to deliver our products smoothly and to track the progress of each piece of code.

2018-12-12T10:13:00Z
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LeaderboardReal User

We have used TFS as part of our SAFe Agile Implementation. Major uses of it were: * Project management * Backlog management * Issue tracking * Source code management.

2018-08-13T08:17:00Z
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Real User

Most of our development is .NET based, integrating with GitHub and the code. It has been performing well. This is why we have been using TFS.

2018-07-16T10:04:00Z
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Real User

The use case is as our repository for UPS Enterprise and the performance is pretty good.

2018-05-23T10:30:00Z
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