.NET Rocks!

Martin Woodward Brings Team Foundation Server to Everyone!

Episode #615 Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Carl and Richard talk to Martin Woodward about Team Foundation Server being used for more than just .NET development. Martin used to work for Teamprise until the technology was acquired by Microsoft in 2009 and he made the transition from being an MVP to being a 'blue badge'. The conversation ranges over the new features of TFS 2010, how Java developers can also use TFS, the effects of different process templates in TFS, and more!


Martin Woodward

Martin Woodward is the Director of Developer Relations at GitHub where he helps developers and open source communities to create delightful things. Prior to that, he was part of the team at Microsoft building the tooling for DevOps teams inside and outside the company where he helped change how the company built software. He also helped change how they work with open source communities by creating the Microsoft org on GitHub and helping to set up the .NET Foundation


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