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Category: TFS

I have several customers using TFS 2015 and they are wanting to build and deploy the latest project types like Azure Functions.  Having Visual Studio 2017 installed on the build …
There are still a lot of customers using TFS 2015 and wanting to build the latest projects like Azure Functions. Here's how I overcame a couple of errors and was able to get it to work. http://www.deliveron.com/blog/building-azure-functions-tfs-2015/


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