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A good practice for mapping TFS collections on local path

, 7 Jun 2012 CPOL
A well justified practice for mapping TFS collections on your local PC.
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Mario Majčica
Software Developer (Senior) Freelance developer
Netherlands Netherlands
An accomplished software engineer specialized in object-oriented design and analysis on Microsoft .NET platform with extensive experience in the full life cycle of the software design process.
Experienced in agile software development via scrum and kanban frameworks supported by the TFS ALM environment and JIRA. In depth know how on all automation process leading to continuous integration, deployment and feedback.
Additionally, I have a strong hands-on experience on deploying and administering Microsoft Team Foundation Server (migrations, builds, deployment, branching strategies, etc.).
 
Specialties: Microsoft .NET Framework, C#, SQL Server, WCF, WebAPI, ASP.NET MVC, HTML5, ALM with TFS, continuous integration, design patterns, software architecture, ASP.NET Web Forms, JavaScript.
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