[dba-Tech] Visual Studio community edition

Gustav Brock gustav at cactus.dk
Tue Feb 24 08:02:08 CST 2015

Hi Shamil

As I understand it:

    Team Foundation Server free for 5 users, even for closed access.
    GitHub is free for many users, but for public access only.

    VS2013 supports both TFS and Git (and VisualSVN with an add-in)


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Fra: dba-tech-bounces at databaseadvisors.com [mailto:dba-tech-bounces at databaseadvisors.com] På vegne af Salakhetdinov Shamil
Sendt: 24. februar 2015 14:54
Til: Discussion of Hardware and Software issues
Emne: Re: [dba-Tech] Visual Studio community edition

 Hi Gustav --

VS Online Git's "cloud storage" is free for up to five users?

Thank you.

-- Shamil

Tuesday, February 24, 2015 9:55 AM UTC from Gustav Brock <gustav at cactus.dk>:
>Hi John
>I use VS2103 Professional as it comes with the MAPS subscription. As I understand it, the community edition is similar to this.
>I use the Team Foundation Server on-line. It works right away with VS desktop:
>Git is available too.
>Free for five users.
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>Fra:  dba-tech-bounces at databaseadvisors.com [mailto:dba-tech-bounces at databaseadvisors.com] På vegne af John W. Colby
>Sendt: 23. februar 2015 20:12
>Til: DBA Tech;  dba-vb at databaseadvisors.com
>Emne: [dba-Tech] Visual Studio community edition
>How many of you guys / gals are using this?  I have been developing in
>2010 for years (about 5 to be precise) and have decided perhaps it's time to move up?
>I have to laugh, VS 2013 wants "up to 10 gb" on my local hard drive(s). 
>Holy smoke batman!
>I am in the process of setting up SVN server on my Linux box, and trying to get Tortoise client and VisualSVN running on my laptop talking to that Linux VSN server here in my office.  I have a virtual machine that I have used exclusively for my dev work, but that is really set up for a client's development, and I want the same kind of thing here in my office.
>BTW I just ordered (3) 4 TB drives to build a Raid 5 array to put this kind of stuff on.  As well as my photos and other such things.
>John W. Colby 

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