Team Foundation Server 2012 – Overview – 1 Day

Microsoft Team Foundation Server Overview

Overview:

This course will provide an overview of the ‘Team Foundation Server 2012’. It will cover features and services of Team Foundation Server 2012 including project management, Version control, and team build.

Duration: 1 Day

Pre-Requisites for the course:

Participants should have

  • Experience as Developers or Testers or project Leads and Project Manager

Course Contents

Day 1:

1. Visual Studio 2012 Overview

2. Project Management features

  • Introduction to the Project Management features
  • Demonstration
    • Team Project Collection
    • Team Project Creation
    • Work item tracking
    • Work item linking & hierarchy
    • Agile Project Management features through Web Access
    • Team Portal
    • Reports
    • Storyboarding capabilities
    • Microsoft Feedback Client

3. Enterprise ready Source Code Control

  • Introduction to Enterprise ready Source Code Control
  • Demonstration
    • Checkouts / Check-ins
    • Branch Visualization
    • Suspend and Resume
    • Check-in policies
    • Using the TFS Rollback command
    • Understanding Workspaces

4.  Team Build Features

  • Introduction to Team Build features
  • Demonstration
    • Configuring builds
    • Gated Check-in
    • Scheduling builds
    • Build agent pooling

 

5. TFS Report Features

  • Introduction to TFS Report Features
  • Demonstration
    • Built in reports
    • Accessing reports from various client tools
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