This is a great blog post for those users who have hesitated adopting TFS as an ALM tool because of their dislike of TFS source control. René covers the advantages of using Git with TFS, and also maps it out for users who want to make the transition.
When I started my development career way back in 1999, the first Source Control System I ever used was Visual SourceSafe. After a few years I switched to SVN for a while and I liked that. The, in 2005 came Team Foundation Server and I embraced it, including the Source Control of course. And since then I must say, I really like TFS Source Control. You need to remember that the server must always know what you are doing, but once you know that and practice that it is simply a great and easy to use Version Control System.
When TFS 2012 introduced Local Workspaces, it became even better, because now all the advantages of TFS and all the advantages of a system like for example SVN were combined. The perfect world !
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