Team Foundation Server 2012 is Microsoft’s leading ALM tool, integrating source control, work item and process handling, build automation, and testing.
This practical “Team Foundation Server 2012 Starter Guide” will provide you with clear step-by-step exercises covering all major aspects of the product. This is essential reading for anyone wishing to set up, organize, and use TFS server.
This hands-on guide looks at the top features in Team Foundation Server 2012, starting with a quick installation guide and then moving into using it for your software development projects. Manage your team projects with Team Explorer, one of the many new features for 2012.
Covering all the main features in source control to help you work more efficiently, including tools for branching and merging, we will delve into the Agile Planning Tools for planning your product and sprint backlogs.
Learn to set up build automation, allowing your team to become faster, more streamlined, and ultimately more productive with this “Team Foundation Server 2012 Starter Guide”.
Jakob Ehn is currently a Microsoft Visual Studio ALM MVP and also a Visual Studio ALM Ranger. Jakob has 15 years experience in the IT industry, and currently works as a solution architect at Inmeta Crayon ASA, specializing in Visual Studio ALM. He actively participates in the MSDN forums and contributes to different open source projects, such as the Community TFS Build Extensions and the Community TFS Build Manager. Jakob’s blog: http://geekswithblogs.net/Jakob Jakob’s Twitter: @JakobEhn
Terje Sandstrøm is a Microsoft Visual Studio ALM MVP for four years. He works as Chief Software Architect at Inmeta Crayon ASA, specializing in Visual Studio ALM. He loves the community, works with the Community TFS Build Extensions, participates in the forums, and has free extensions uploaded to the Visual Studio Gallery. More about Terje: http://about.me/TerjeS Terje’s blog: http://geekswithblogs.net/Terje Terje’s Twitter: @OsirisTerje