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Visual Studio "Access Denied" When Checking in with TFS

The problem was that when I went to check in changes with Visual Studio, it would report back saying I did not have permission. I knew it couldn't have been the TFS setup because I had everything configured straight forward for a single user which was just me and I know it was fine since it was working a few days ago. The only thing that changed on my machine was the that I lost access to my domain account that I was working with. So I created a second account that has administrative permissions, which might have lead me to this problem.

You may receive an "Access is denied" error message when you try to debug a Web application in Visual Studio .NET, and you have administrative permissions -  First search got the job done!
Access Denied on TFS - Stack Overflow - Just looking at other reasons that could have been the cause

At the Start of My C# Research

This article is a list of resources that I used way back at the start of my career with C#. Since there are a lot of C# tutorials already out I just wanted to write out some of my experiences and topics that I was curious to learn when starting out. The main reason why I wanted to used C# for programming was for MVC applications and toward the second year I discovered XNA.
Getting Ready at the Start!
    If you're a Java Developer the using Statement is much like a import and include in C++. Having experience with both languages doesn't hurt and speaking from my own experiences with both languages, C# is probably the easiest compared to all of them. And for multiple reasons, but mostly because of Visual Studio's Intellisense in my opinion. 

C# language itself Random resources that I used, for multiple projects. Visual C# ResourcesDelegates Tutorial C# Short Type - Sometimes its just good to compare (Java, C++).Creating Custom Routes : Official Microsoft SiteString …

My First Experience with Jira

JIRA created by Atlassian is a Project Planner and issue tracker for any given application. In Jira an issue is just about anything for the project, much like a task in TFS. At the current time I have no experience setting or installing up Jira, this is just my experience using it. I would have to say using Jira is very simple and very straightforward, even if I didn't have experience with TFS. I can not say at this time whether I like TFS more or less than Jira for issue/bug tracking.

How to Edit the Resolution of an Issue - JIRA Knowledge Base - Atlassian Documentation

A Issue I faced using Jira I had a problem with the issues that I was closing not showing up as resolved, this might have been because I was not submitting any code or images when closing them. As always I let a comment that it was complete but I felt that it not enough. My theory is that if its like TFS maybe I need to submit with code for the issue to be marked resolved. With a little research I looked int…