Team Foundation Server (TFS) continues the long Microsoft tradition of horrible source control. It’s getting more annoying every day working with proprietary tools where some corporation decided how I should get my work done. Or in this case, not get my work done. TFS works, for the most part (which is more than you can say for Visual SourceSafe, its predecessor). But if you have a large number of shared projects under one directory, don’t even think about grabbing just one of them. Awesome. Here’s why… (continued…)