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TFS

(Team Foundation Server) A back-end management system for Visual Studio and Eclipse developers from Microsoft. TFS provides controls for managing requirements, projects, labs and releases and uses Team Foundation Version Control or GiT for source code management. Offered as a locally installed software suite or a cloud-based service, TFS is used to manage teams of programmers working on the same software project.
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Advocates could also communicate that several districts that had adopted TFS policies had either strong historical or current economic ties to tobacco production.
TFS expects that this acquisition will be accretive, cash flow positive and contribute $15 to $20 million of additional revenue to TFS for the remainder of 2003.
Medidata CTMS' interoperable platform enables TFS to continue providing clients with the high-quality services they have come to expect--but more efficiently and at a greater scale to meet growing customer demand," said Tiina Nurminen, director of global clinical operations, TFS.
TFS brings a well-established business with a strong portfolio of brands.
The liquidity crunch during the financial crisis and the company's downgrade to AA-minus prompted TFS to diversify its funding further.
Provides a broad overview of Team Foundation Server for developers, software project managers, testers, business analysts, and others wanting to learn how to use TFS
TFS scored very well in all four categories, and is ranked the #1 company in the financial sector.
The tool was under development but already useful when Toyota was rocked by a series of automobile recalls in 2010 that shook investor confidence and temporarily shut TFS out of the term funding markets.
TFS Energy is proud to have brokered this transaction, in which a prominent political figure brought to light the importance of managing the carbon footprint associated with a major political campaign.
The TFS Green Bond program is unique in the auto industry and enhances Toyotas leadership reputation for green innovation.
Energy Risk also voted TFS first place in 15 categories in the publication's 2008 rankings and voted the firm as 'Broker of the Year-Asia' in 2007.
The consistent yearly end user interest we are seeing in the weather market is an excellent indication that the corporate community is embracing weather derivatives as another method for successful risk mitigation," commented Kendall Johnson, MD and Global Head of Weather Derivatives for TFS Energy.