28 Jun 2012
What are you waiting for? Try out Team Foundation Service
Up until recently, users wanting to try out Microsoft’s new hosted TFS offering have required a much sought after invitation code. The reasoning behind this was to control the load on the new and unproven service during it’s initial development phase.
From early June 2012, Microsoft have removed the requirement to have an invitation code to sign up for the hosted Team Foundation Service. At the time of writing there was no news on when the service was expected to go live and what the pricing model might be but for now it’s a great way to start working with hosted TFS 2012.
Visit http://tfspreview.com and sign up for your very own team project collection today.
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