What a customer needs from your company has no respect for the technology you happened to use to help them. They don’t care if one part of your infrastructure is built in .NET and the other in Java. Neither should you when you are tracking the status of your product backlog items. Yet often information about the state of a project gets stuck in silos around the technology it was implemented in. Not only can this lead to disjointed customer interactions, it can foster a sense of “them and us” with-in the groups of your IT organization and a lack of transparency around what should be shared common goals. In this session we will learn about using Visual Studio Team Foundation Server outside of Visual Studio, showing you how to manage your software development across Windows, Mac and Linux using Team Explorer Everywhere.