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I am considering picking up a couple of reference books for my team (the company reimbursing me) on VSTS and TFS. I've be looking at a couple, and found some I think would meet my needs. I was wondering if anyone has read them....

They are:

 Professional Visual Studio 2005 Team System

And:

Professional Team Foundation Server

I was wondering if anyone has looked at these, and what they think. They are Wrox books, and I usually like them pretty well. They tend to be less fluff and more practical manuals. Any thoughts out there? Posted on Thursday, November 30, 2006 2:28 PM | Back to top


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I can definitely recommend the Professional Visual Studio 2005 Team System book. I helped to tech-edit that book, and I own it as well, and I think it is one of the best Team System books out there right now.

I can't comment on the Professional Team Foundation Server book, as I helped write it. :) But I like to think it is a good book. If you buy it, I would love you to send me your feed back at Team System Rocks!, and I'll post it.
Left by Mickey Gousset on Nov 30, 2006 2:58 PM

# re: VSTS/TFS: references
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Well, then, I will be happy to provide some feedback. I believe I am going to get them, as they seem to cover the things on which I could use some advice. Congrats on you book being released. :-)
Left by Theo Moore on Nov 30, 2006 10:50 PM

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