yes you’re reading the correct sentence, Visual Studio 2013. I have in my hands, do not have more than 18 months and we have the announcement of Brian Harry of VS2013. And what we will have in the new Visual Studio 2013?
Well first things first, if today have worked with Team Foundation Service , sure that you agreed you mother all the developers of Redmond, today the TFS on the Cloud has been fatal, do you know why? maybe because they were putting some features with support for VS2013 and TFS22013.
While this is again a major version, the most important points which will include are who we know or we imagine
- Support for GIT
- More and more and more focused on agile processes
- Popups in Team Explorer
- Visual view of the status of a test based on the last execution
- Support for the complete edition of test cases
And finally… Finally… at last… a RELEASE MANAGEMENT tool!
The friends of Redmond bought InCycle InRelease and are getting into it with shoe-horn within the life cycle of Visual Studio. This is something that was expected since long time ago, have the ability to really control the life cycle including deployment packages.
The following link of the Brian Harry leaves more details to keep in mind, if you want to learn a little more.
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