Heterogeneous Development with Team Foundation and Visual Studio 2010


If you are doing any sort of development in a heterogeneous development environment (say with Microsoft .NET and/or Java, Python, Ruby, etc.) and are interested in how you can leverage a single product that can provide a single source control repository as well as a single place for developers to manage their development process, then you may be interested in an upcoming webinar I will be giving on “Heterogeneous Development with Team Foundation and Visual Studio 2010”. 

In this webinar, we’ll take a look at how to use Team Explorer Everywhere, which is included with Team Foundation Server 2010.  Team Explorer Everywhere can be integrated into any Eclipse-based development environment.  Once integrated, users will be able to interact with Team Foundation Server directly from within their Eclipse-based development environment and use Team Foundation Server for both version control and process management. 

The webinar will be April 7th from 12pm-1pm EST.  For more information and to register to attend, check out the Strategic Data Systems website.

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