Visual Studio Team Foundation Server Branching and Merging Guide

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The purpose of this project is to build some insightful and practical guidance around branching and merging with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server by the Visual Studio ALM Rangers . The new release focuses on Hands on Labs and includes lots of lessons learnt from the commun...



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