When developing in a team, one of the more widely recommended practices for improving code quality and overall consistency is to conduct code reviews. Visual Studio 2013 combines with TFS to support the code review process and make it as efficient as possible.
In this recipe, you'll see just how this works.
You will need to have access to TFS in order to follow this recipe. It would be best if you use a sandbox team project. This is a project where you can try things and change data without worrying about it affecting your normal work.
You will also need to have two accounts you can use, one for the submitter of the code review and one for the reviewer. If you don't personally have two accounts, that's ok. Create ...