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Microsoft Visual Studio is an IDE for the .NET family of languages.

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You can. You can keep your code in GitHub and use both Build and Release tools in TFS or VSTS. What you loose is the ability to link work items to code. Everything else works just fine, includin …
answered Mar 5 '16 by MrHinsh - Martin Hinshelwood
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Not really. While some features work, like build, you will not get any of the Pull Request, or Branch by Work Item, or even work item links without using a Git repo in TFS. I recommend that you push …
answered Feb 15 '16 by MrHinsh - Martin Hinshelwood