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Do you know the right source control to use?
  v3.0 Posted at 7/05/2014 11:53 AM by System Account
SSW uses and recommends Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS) as a source code solution.
 Figure: Microsoft Visual Studio Team System

Here are some of the reasons why:

  • Checkin policies
  • Integrated Work Items and Source control
  • Visual Studio IDE integration
  • Code Metrics
  • HTTP access via webservices
  • Integrated Build Server
Reasons companies choose Visual SourceSafe (VSS)
- No server required
- No VPN required
- They are ignorant about the potential corruption problems
Figure: Bad Example, Visual SourceSafe (VSS) is a bad choice

Reasons companies choose Subversion (SVN)
-It's free
-It's easy to use
-No Build integration
-No Work Item integration

Figure: Better example, Subversion (SVN) is an OK choice
Reasons companies choose Team Foundation Server (TFS)
 -It's free (With MSDN)
 -It's easy to use
-It's easy to install
-High fidelity SQL data store
-No VPN required
-Does not require a server (basic configuration)
-Has Build integration
-Has Work Item integration
-Has Test suite integration
-Has reporting out of the box
Figure: Better example, Subversion (SVN) is an OK choice

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