patterns & practices guide: Team Development with TFS Guide

25 05 2007

Sooner or later you will be messing arround with Team Foundation Server and there are some new concepts to adopt if you want to get the most out of it. To help you achieve this goal, the patterns & practices team published a guide entitled “patterns & practices Team Development with TFS Guide“.

 Contents:
Parts
Part I, Fundamentals
Part II, Source Control
Part III, Builds
Part IV, Large Project Considerations
Part V, Project Management
Part VI, Process Guidance
Part VII, Reporting
Part VIII, Setting Up and Maintaining the Team Environment
Chapters

  • Introduction
  • Ch 01 – Introducing the Team Environment
  • Ch 02 – Team Foundation Server Architecture
  • Ch 03 – Structuring Projects and Solutions
  • Ch 04 – Structuring Projects and Solutions in Team Foundation Server
  • Ch 05 – Defining Your Branching and Merging Strategy
  • Ch 06 – Managing Source Control Dependencies in Visual Studio Team System
  • Ch 07 – Team Build Explained
  • Ch 08 – Setting Up Continuous Integration with Team Build
  • Ch 09 – Setting Up Scheduled Builds with Team Build
  • Ch 10 – Large Project Considerations
  • Ch 11 – Project Management Explained
  • Ch 12 – Work Items Explained
  • Ch 13 – MSF Agile Projects
  • Ch 14 – Process Templates Explained
  • Ch 15 – Reporting Explained
  • Ch 16 – Team Foundation Server Deployment
  • Ch 17 – Providing Internet Access to Team Foundation Server

Guidelines

  • Guidelines: Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server Source Control

Practices

  • Practices at a Glance: Team Foundation Server Source Control

Questions and Answers

  • Questions and Answers: Team Foundation Server Source Control and Versioning

How Tos

  • How To: Add a New Developer To Your Project in Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server
  • How To: Automate Running Unit Test and Code Analysis with Team Build
  • How To: Create Build Notifications
  • How To: Create a Custom Report with Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server
  • How To: Create a Risk Over Time Report with Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server
  • How To: Customize a Report with Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server
  • How To: Manage Projects with Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server
  • How To: Migrate Source code to Team Foundation Server from Visual Source Safe
  • How To: Perform a Baseless Merge
  • How To: Setup a Continuous Integration Build
  • How To: Setup a Scheduled Build
  • How To: Step Through Creating Your Source Tree in Team Foundation Server
  • How To: Step Through Creating Custom checkin Policies for Team Foundation Server
  • How To: Structure ASP.NET Applications for Team Foundation Server
  • How To: Structure Windows Applications for Team Foundation Server
  • How To: Structure Your Source Control Folders in Team Foundation Server

Resources

You should also take a look at the “patterns & practices VSTS Guidance Project“.

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