I was recently asked about how date/time stamps are stored in the TFS. The concern was centered around distributed development that crosses timezones. If someone in the UK checks in a piece of code to a server in California, how will the stamp be preserved so that a California user knows precisely when the code was modified?
Gone are the days of the 500 user recommendation:
I now have a month under my belt at Microsoft as a Technical Specialist for Team System. For those of you wondering about the substance behind the buzz of VSTS, believe me it's there. Microsoft is taking a bold new step into the SDLC world with a new enterprise-level source control system, work item tracking & collaboration, and testing (Yes, there's now testing!).