In this session Grant Holliday – Senior Service Engineer for Microsoft – takes us through an exclusive look behind the scenes of the Team Foundation Service and explores what it takes to build and operate a large scale service on Windows Azure.
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About the speakers
Grant Holliday is a Senior Service Engineer for the Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Service. As a Service Engineer he works behind the scenes to keep the service up and running smoothly for customers around the world. Grant has also spent three years in Redmond, Washington as a Program Manager in the TFS product group. He was responsible for the internal TFS server deployments at Microsoft, including the largest and busiest TFS server in the world used by Developer Division.
Grant shares his experiences managing TFS at his blog: https://blogs.msdn.com/granth/
You can check out Grant's written works over on his Amazon page.
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