Team Development With Visual Studio Team Foundation Server

Overview

This guide shows you how to get the most out of Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server to help improve the effectiveness of your team-based software development. Whether you are already using Team Foundation Server or adopting from scratch, you'll find guidance and insights you can tailor for your specific scenarios.

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Overview

This guide shows you how to get the most out of Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server to help improve the effectiveness of your team-based software development. Whether you are already using Team Foundation Server or adopting from scratch, you'll find guidance and insights you can tailor for your specific scenarios.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780735625716
  • Publisher: Microsoft Press
  • Publication date: 11/21/2007
  • Pages: 624
  • Product dimensions: 7.55 (w) x 9.22 (h) x 1.28 (d)

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Table of Contents

Foreword by Jeff Beehler

Foreword by Brian Harry

Foreword by Rob Caron

Introduction

Fundamentals

Chapter 1: Introducing the Team Environment

Chapter 2: Team Foundation Server Architecture

Source Control

Chapter 3: Structuring Projects and Solutions in Source Control

Chapter 4: Structuring Projects and Solutions in Team Foundation Source Control

Chapter 5: Defining Your Branching and Merging Strategy

Chapter 6: Managing Source Control Dependencies in Visual Studio Team System

Builds

Chapter 7: Team Build Explained

Chapter 8: Setting Up Continuous Integration with Team Build

Chapter 9: Setting Up Scheduled Builds with Team Build

Large Project Considerations

Chapter 10: Large Project Considerations

Project Management

Chapter 11: Project Management Explained

Chapter 12: Work Items Explained

Process Templates

Chapter 13: Process Templates Explained

Chapter 14: MSF for Agile Software Development Projects

Reporting

Chapter 15: Reporting Explained

Setting Up and Maintaining the Team Enviornment

Chapter 16: Team Foundation Server Deployment

Chapter 17: Providing Internet Access to Team Foundation Server

Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server

Chapter 18: What’s New in Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server

Guidelines: Team Build

Guidelines: Source Control

Guidelines: Reporting

Guidelines: Project Management

Practices at a Glance: Team Build

Practices at a Glance: Source Control

Practices at a Glance: Reporting

Practices at a Glance: Project Management

Questions and Answers: Source Control

How To: Add a New Developer to Your Project in Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server

How To: Automatically Run Code Analysis with Team Build in Visual Studio Team Foundation Server

How To: Create a Custom Report for Visual Studio Team Foundation Server

How To: Create a "Risk over Time" Report for Visual Studio Team Foundation Server

How To: Create Custom Check-in Policies in Visual Studio Team Foundation Server

How To: Create Your Source Tree in Visual Studio Team Foundation Server

How To: Customize a Process Template in Visual Studio Team Foundation Server

How To: Customize a Report in Visual Studio Team Foundation Server

How To: Manage Projects in Visual Studio Team Foundation Server

How To: Migrate Source Code to Team Foundation Server from Visual Source Safe

How To: Perform a Baseless Merge in Visual Studio Team Foundation Server

How To: Set Up a Continuous Integration Build in Visual Studio Team Foundation Server

How To: Set Up a Scheduled Build in Visual Studio Team Foundation Server

How To: Structure ASP.NET Applications in Visual Studio Team Foundation Server

How To: Structure Windows Applications in Visual Studio Team Foundation Server

How To: Structure Your Source Control Folders in Team Foundation Server

Team Foundation Server Resources

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