- Are you tired of upgrading and maintaining your on-premises TFS?
- Do you just want to use the sweet visualstudio.com portal?
- Are you worried about losing your TFS history when you move to VSTS?
If your answer is “Yes” to any of these questions, then this is the session for you. There is a myriad of third-party tools, but we’ll show you the best tool and the simplest way. Adam and Danijel will save you days of headaches and research by explaining what options you have at your disposal and the issues you will have to deal with before you can put this puppy to bed.
About the speakers
Adam Cogan is the Chief Architect at SSW, a Microsoft Certified Gold Partner specializing in custom .NET, SharePoint and CRM solutions (with a splash of Business Intelligence).
Danijel is a DevOps mastermind with a broad range of technical skills and a deep desire to understand the client's business first. In his career, which includes more than 10 years of professional experience, he has built Desktop, Mobile & Web projects, many of them at the Enterprise level. With an eye on the bleeding edge technologies, he is always one step ahead and loves sharing his experience at user groups and conferences.
In 2013, Danijel was awarded Microsoft MVP status for Visual Studio ALM (now Visual Studio and Development Technologies) for his contributions to the community, which he has maintained every year since.
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