NuGet quickly became a very popular package management solution for .NET and has been around for some time now. The introduction of a central package repository and the integrated NuGet tooling suddenly made it a whole lot easier to improve certain ALM processes, proof of which can be found into the increasing rate at which many packages make it to the NuGet Gallery.
At the same time, most businesses are struggling how to take optimal benefit from this while trying to avoid a situation commonly known as “dependency hell”. In addition, most are not anticipating or designing for failure by depending directly, which became painfully clear during a recent downtime of the NuGet Gallery. This session will provide you with guidance on how you can use both NuGet and TFS11 to take your development environment to the next level.