Learning Curve…

VSS vs TFS…

Posted on: November 2, 2011

VSS is meant for small groups (<5) running over a fast local network.  Is has a habit of corrupting and is starting to show its age now as far as version control tools go.  Is also lacks several features that TFS has such as:-

1) Branch and Merge
2) Atomic check-ins
3) Shelving and Unshelving

To name just a few.  TFS is much better and more of an enterprise solution – but does need a dedicated server to run on whereas VSS just operated using a network share.

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