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New Comment on "Chapter 3 - Structuring Projects and Solutions in Source Control"

Fri, 09 Jul 2010 23:10:15 GMT

In Figure 3.2, it would be helpful if you labeled the objects in the diagram to correspond to the proposed file structure you explain immediately below the diagram. This would relate the diagram to the example structure and make perfectly clear the relationship between the logical and physical structures. If you want to maintain Figure 3.2 as a completely generic diagram, then consider adding a solution/project diagram to pair with the file structure example.



New Comment on "Chapter 3 - Structuring Projects and Solutions in Source Control"

Thu, 17 Jun 2010 14:11:26 GMT

I have a different situation. I manage two different domain in my space and each one has its own independent as well as shared projects. Any suggestions?



New Comment on "Chapter 5 - Defining Your Branching and Merging Strategy"

Fri, 26 Jun 2009 16:09:20 GMT

Actually my concern is not related to branching but code reviews. There is lot of branching and integration shown above but is there any strategy for code reviews. Is there any article in covering branching and code reviews together.



New Comment on "Chapter 10 - Large Project Considerations"

Fri, 19 Jun 2009 18:25:01 GMT

In the statement, "The frequency of continuous integration builds should be *less* than the build time to avoid too much queuing and loading of the build server", shouldn't the frequency of builds be more than the build time instead of less? I would think that if your frequency of integration is less than the build time, you would constantly be queuing up additional build requests faster than you can perform the builds. Am I just misunderstanding this?



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Sun, 24 May 2009 19:01:16 GMT

patterns & practices Team Development with TFS Guide (Final Release) Welcome to the patterns & practices Team Development with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server project site! This guide shows you how to make the most of Team Foundation Server. It starts with the end in mind, but shows you how to incrementally adopt TFS for your organization. It's a collaborative effort between patterns & practices, Team System team members, and industry experts. This guide is related to our Visual Studio Team System Guidance Project. - J.D. Meier, Jason Taylor, Alex Mackman, Prashant Bansode, Kevin Jones Download the Guide Final release is available! Start using the guide today, while we continue to make improvements. Download the Team Development with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server Guide Download the Diagrams Download the Visio diagrams we used in the guide so that you can modify them and use them to document your own particular environment. Download the Team Foundation Server Guide Visio Diagrams Parts Part I, FundamentalsPart II, Source ControlPart III, BuildsPart IV, Large Project ConsiderationsPart V, Project ManagementPart VI, Process TemplatesPart VII, ReportingPart VIII, Setting Up and Maintaining the Team EnvironmentPart IX, Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Forewards Foreword By Jeff Beehler Foreword By Rob Caron Foreword By Brian Harry Chapters Introduction Part I, Fundamentals Chapter 1 - Introducing the Team Environment Chapter 2 - Team Foundation Server Architecture Part II, 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 Part III, Builds Chapter 7 - Team Build Explained Chapter 8 - Setting Up Continuous Integration with Team Build Chapter 9 - Setting Up Scheduled Builds with Team Build Part IV, Large Project Considerations Chapter 10 - Large Project Considerations Part V, Project Management Chapter 11 - Project Management Explained Chapter 12 - Work Items Explained Part VI, Process Templates Chapter 13 - Process Templates Explained Chapter 14 - MSF for Agile Software Development Projects Part VII, Reporting Chapter 15 - Reporting Explained Part VIII, Setting Up and Maintaining the Team Environment Chapter 16 - Team Foundation Server Deployment Chapter 17 - Providing Internet Access to Team Foundation Server Part IX, Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Chapter 18 - What's New in Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Guidelines Guidelines: Team Build Guidelines: Source Control Guidelines: Reporting Guidelines: Project Management Practices 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 Questions and Answers: Source Control How Tos How To - Add a New Developer To Your Project in Visual Studio 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 Visu[...]



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Sun, 24 May 2009 19:00:54 GMT

patterns & practices Team Development with TFS Guide (Final Release) Welcome to the patterns & practices Team Development with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server project site! This guide shows you how to make the most of Team Foundation Server. It starts with the end in mind, but shows you how to incrementally adopt TFS for your organization. It's a collaborative effort between patterns & practices, Team System team members, and industry experts. This guide is related to our Visual Studio Team System Guidance Project. - J.D. Meier, Jason Taylor, Alex Mackman, Prashant Bansode, Kevin Jones Download the Guide Final release is available! Start using the guide today, while we continue to make improvements. Download the Team Development with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server Guide Download the Diagrams Download the Visio diagrams we used in the guide so that you can modify them and use them to document your own particular environment. Download the Team Foundation Server Guide Visio Diagrams Parts Part I, FundamentalsPart II, Source ControlPart III, BuildsPart IV, Large Project ConsiderationsPart V, Project ManagementPart VI, Process TemplatesPart VII, ReportingPart VIII, Setting Up and Maintaining the Team EnvironmentPart IX, Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Forewards Foreword By Jeff Beehler Foreword By Rob Caron Foreword By Brian Harry Chapters Introduction Part I, Fundamentals Chapter 1 - Introducing the Team Environment Chapter 2 - Team Foundation Server Architecture Part II, 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 Part III, Builds Chapter 7 - Team Build Explained Chapter 8 - Setting Up Continuous Integration with Team Build Chapter 9 - Setting Up Scheduled Builds with Team Build Part IV, Large Project Considerations Chapter 10 - Large Project Considerations Part V, Project Management Chapter 11 - Project Management Explained Chapter 12 - Work Items Explained Part VI, Process Templates Chapter 13 - Process Templates Explained Chapter 14 - MSF for Agile Software Development Projects Part VII, Reporting Chapter 15 - Reporting Explained Part VIII, Setting Up and Maintaining the Team Environment Chapter 16 - Team Foundation Server Deployment Chapter 17 - Providing Internet Access to Team Foundation Server Part IX, Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Chapter 18 - What's New in Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Guidelines Guidelines: Team Build Guidelines: Source Control Guidelines: Reporting Guidelines: Project Management Practices 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 Questions and Answers: Source Control How Tos How To - Add a New Developer To Your Project in Visual Studio 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 Continuou[...]



New Comment on "Chapter 4 - Structuring Projects and Solutions in Team Foundation Source Control"

Thu, 30 Apr 2009 20:13:14 GMT

I am quite new to TFS, we just set up the TFS 2008.. where as I was just wondering where exactly are the aspx/vb code files physically stored...I mean coming from a VSS background ...I do not see my files anywhere on the TFS server..are the code files too stored in the SQL server along with the log(checkin/checkout) details. In VSS we could see the code files/folders physically exisiting on the VSS hard drive/project location. Where as for TFS, I see that workspace is just a client side mapping of the physical files from the server...and where does it exisit on the TFS server(physically). Thanks in advance...help appreciated.



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Wed, 15 Oct 2008 01:33:10 GMT

patterns & practices Team Development with TFS Guide (Final Release) Welcome to the patterns & practices Team Development with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server project site! This guide shows you how to make the most of Team Foundation Server. It starts with the end in mind, but shows you how to incrementally adopt TFS for your organization. It's a collaborative effort between patterns & practices, Team System team members, and industry experts. This guide is related to our Visual Studio Team System Guidance Project. - J.D. Meier, Jason Taylor, Alex Mackman, Prashant Bansode, Kevin Jones Download the Guide Final release is available! Start using the guide today, while we continue to make improvements. Download the Team Development with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server Guide Download the Diagrams Download the Visio diagrams we used in the guide so that you can modify them and use them to document your own particular environment. Download the Team Foundation Server Guide Visio Diagrams Parts Part I, FundamentalsPart II, Source ControlPart III, BuildsPart IV, Large Project ConsiderationsPart V, Project ManagementPart VI, Process TemplatesPart VII, ReportingPart VIII, Setting Up and Maintaining the Team EnvironmentPart IX, Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Forewards Foreword By Jeff BeehlerForeword By Rob CaronForeword By Brian Harry Chapters Introduction Part I, Fundamentals Chapter 1 - Introducing the Team EnvironmentChapter 2 - Team Foundation Server Architecture Part II, Source Control Chapter 3 - Structuring Projects and Solutions in Source ControlChapter 4 - Structuring Projects and Solutions in Team Foundation Source ControlChapter 5 - Defining Your Branching and Merging StrategyChapter 6 - Managing Source Control Dependencies in Visual Studio Team System Part III, Builds Chapter 7 - Team Build ExplainedChapter 8 - Setting Up Continuous Integration with Team BuildChapter 9 - Setting Up Scheduled Builds with Team Build Part IV, Large Project Considerations Chapter 10 - Large Project Considerations Part V, Project Management Chapter 11 - Project Management ExplainedChapter 12 - Work Items Explained Part VI, Process Templates Chapter 13 - Process Templates ExplainedChapter 14 - MSF for Agile Software Development Projects Part VII, Reporting Chapter 15 - Reporting Explained Part VIII, Setting Up and Maintaining the Team Environment Chapter 16 - Team Foundation Server DeploymentChapter 17 - Providing Internet Access to Team Foundation Server Part IX, Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Chapter 18 - What's New in Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Guidelines Guidelines: Team Build Guidelines: Source ControlGuidelines: ReportingGuidelines: Project Management Practices Practices at a Glance: Team Build Practices at a Glance: Source ControlPractices at a Glance: ReportingPractices at a Glance: Project Management Questions and Answers Questions and Answers: Source Control How Tos How To - Add a New Developer To Your Project in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Automatically Run Code Analysis with Team Build in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create a Custom Report for Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create a Risk Over Time Report for Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create Custom Check-in Policies in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create Your Source Tree in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Customize a Process Template in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Customize a Report in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Manage Projects in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Migrate Source Code to Team Foundation Server from Visual Source SafeHow To - Perform a Baseless Merge in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow [...]



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Thu, 28 Aug 2008 00:14:19 GMT

patterns & practices Team Development with TFS Guide (Final Release) Welcome to the patterns & practices Team Development with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server project site! This guide shows you how to make the most of Team Foundation Server. It starts with the end in mind, but shows you how to incrementally adopt TFS for your organization. It's a collaborative effort between patterns & practices, Team System team members, and industry experts. This guide is related to our Visual Studio Team System Guidance Project. - J.D. Meier, Jason Taylor, Alex Mackman, Prashant Bansode, Kevin Jones Download the Guide Final release is available! Start using the guide today, while we continue to make improvements. Download the Team Development with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server Guide Download the Diagrams Download the Visio diagrams we used in the guide so that you can modify them and use them to document your own particular environment. Download the Team Foundation Server Guide Visio Diagrams Parts Part I, FundamentalsPart II, Source ControlPart III, BuildsPart IV, Large Project ConsiderationsPart V, Project ManagementPart VI, Process TemplatesPart VII, ReportingPart VIII, Setting Up and Maintaining the Team EnvironmentPart IX, Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Forewards Foreword By Jeff BeehlerForeword By Rob CaronForeword By Brian Harry Chapters Introduction Part I, Fundamentals Chapter 1 - Introducing the Team EnvironmentChapter 2 - Team Foundation Server Architecture Part II, Source Control Chapter 3 - Structuring Projects and Solutions in Source ControlChapter 4 - Structuring Projects and Solutions in Team Foundation Source ControlChapter 5 - Defining Your Branching and Merging StrategyChapter 6 - Managing Source Control Dependencies in Visual Studio Team System Part III, Builds Chapter 7 - Team Build ExplainedChapter 8 - Setting Up Continuous Integration with Team BuildChapter 9 - Setting Up Scheduled Builds with Team Build Part IV, Large Project Considerations Chapter 10 - Large Project Considerations Part V, Project Management Chapter 11 - Project Management ExplainedChapter 12 - Work Items Explained Part VI, Process Templates Chapter 13 - Process Templates ExplainedChapter 14 - MSF for Agile Software Development Projects Part VII, Reporting Chapter 15 - Reporting Explained Part VIII, Setting Up and Maintaining the Team Environment Chapter 16 - Team Foundation Server DeploymentChapter 17 - Providing Internet Access to Team Foundation Server Part IX, Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Chapter 18 - What's New in Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Guidelines Guidelines: Team Build Guidelines: Source ControlGuidelines: ReportingGuidelines: Project Management Practices Practices at a Glance: Team Build Practices at a Glance: Source ControlPractices at a Glance: ReportingPractices at a Glance: Project Management Questions and Answers Questions and Answers: Source Control How Tos How To - Add a New Developer To Your Project in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Automatically Run Code Analysis with Team Build in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create a Custom Report for Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create a Risk Over Time Report for Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create Custom Check-in Policies in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create Your Source Tree in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Customize a Process Template in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Customize a Report in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Manage Projects in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Migrate Source Code to Team Foundation Server from Visual Source SafeHow To - Perform a Baseless Merge in Visual Studio[...]



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NOTE: If you like this guide, check out our Windows Communication Foundation Security Guide, currently in development. patterns & practices Team Development with TFS Guide (Final Release) Welcome to the patterns & practices Team Development with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server project site! This guide shows you how to make the most of Team Foundation Server. It starts with the end in mind, but shows you how to incrementally adopt TFS for your organization. It's a collaborative effort between patterns & practices, Team System team members, and industry experts. This guide is related to our Visual Studio Team System Guidance Project. - J.D. Meier, Jason Taylor, Alex Mackman, Prashant Bansode, Kevin Jones Download the Guide Final release is available! Start using the guide today, while we continue to make improvements. Download the Team Development with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server Guide Download the Diagrams Download the Visio diagrams we used in the guide so that you can modify them and use them to document your own particular environment. Download the Team Foundation Server Guide Visio Diagrams Parts Part I, FundamentalsPart II, Source ControlPart III, BuildsPart IV, Large Project ConsiderationsPart V, Project ManagementPart VI, Process TemplatesPart VII, ReportingPart VIII, Setting Up and Maintaining the Team EnvironmentPart IX, Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Forewards Foreword By Jeff BeehlerForeword By Rob CaronForeword By Brian Harry Chapters Introduction Part I, Fundamentals Chapter 1 - Introducing the Team EnvironmentChapter 2 - Team Foundation Server Architecture Part II, Source Control Chapter 3 - Structuring Projects and Solutions in Source ControlChapter 4 - Structuring Projects and Solutions in Team Foundation Source ControlChapter 5 - Defining Your Branching and Merging StrategyChapter 6 - Managing Source Control Dependencies in Visual Studio Team System Part III, Builds Chapter 7 - Team Build ExplainedChapter 8 - Setting Up Continuous Integration with Team BuildChapter 9 - Setting Up Scheduled Builds with Team Build Part IV, Large Project Considerations Chapter 10 - Large Project Considerations Part V, Project Management Chapter 11 - Project Management ExplainedChapter 12 - Work Items Explained Part VI, Process Templates Chapter 13 - Process Templates ExplainedChapter 14 - MSF for Agile Software Development Projects Part VII, Reporting Chapter 15 - Reporting Explained Part VIII, Setting Up and Maintaining the Team Environment Chapter 16 - Team Foundation Server DeploymentChapter 17 - Providing Internet Access to Team Foundation Server Part IX, Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Chapter 18 - What's New in Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Guidelines Guidelines: Team Build Guidelines: Source ControlGuidelines: ReportingGuidelines: Project Management Practices Practices at a Glance: Team Build Practices at a Glance: Source ControlPractices at a Glance: ReportingPractices at a Glance: Project Management Questions and Answers Questions and Answers: Source Control How Tos How To - Add a New Developer To Your Project in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Automatically Run Code Analysis with Team Build in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create a Custom Report for Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create a Risk Over Time Report for Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create Custom Check-in Policies in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create Your Source Tree in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Customize a Process Template in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Customize a Report in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Manage Projects in Visual Studio Tea[...]



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NOTE: If you like this guide, check out our Windows Communication Foundation Security Guide, currently in development. patterns & practices Team Development with TFS Guide (Final Release) Welcome to the patterns & practices Team Development with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server project site! This guide shows you how to make the most of Team Foundation Server. It starts with the end in mind, but shows you how to incrementally adopt TFS for your organization. It's a collaborative effort between patterns & practices, Team System team members, and industry experts. This guide is related to our Visual Studio Team System Guidance Project. - J.D. Meier, Jason Taylor, Alex Mackman, Prashant Bansode, Kevin Jones Download the Guide Final release is available! Start using the guide today, while we continue to make improvements. Download the Team Development with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server Guide Download the Diagrams Download the Visio diagrams we used in the guide so that you can modify them and use them to document your own particular environment. Download the Team Foundation Server Guide Visio Diagrams Parts Part I, FundamentalsPart II, Source ControlPart III, BuildsPart IV, Large Project ConsiderationsPart V, Project ManagementPart VI, Process TemplatesPart VII, ReportingPart VIII, Setting Up and Maintaining the Team EnvironmentPart IX, Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Forewards Foreword By Jeff BeehlerForeword By Rob CaronForeword By Brian Harry Chapters Introduction Part I, Fundamentals Chapter 1 - Introducing the Team EnvironmentChapter 2 - Team Foundation Server Architecture Part II, Source Control Chapter 3 - Structuring Projects and Solutions in Source ControlChapter 4 - Structuring Projects and Solutions in Team Foundation Source ControlChapter 5 - Defining Your Branching and Merging StrategyChapter 6 - Managing Source Control Dependencies in Visual Studio Team System Part III, Builds Chapter 7 - Team Build ExplainedChapter 8 - Setting Up Continuous Integration with Team BuildChapter 9 - Setting Up Scheduled Builds with Team Build Part IV, Large Project Considerations Chapter 10 - Large Project Considerations Part V, Project Management Chapter 11 - Project Management ExplainedChapter 12 - Work Items Explained Part VI, Process Templates Chapter 13 - Process Templates ExplainedChapter 14 - MSF for Agile Software Development Projects Part VII, Reporting Chapter 15 - Reporting Explained Part VIII, Setting Up and Maintaining the Team Environment Chapter 16 - Team Foundation Server DeploymentChapter 17 - Providing Internet Access to Team Foundation Server Part IX, Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Chapter 18 - What's New in Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Guidelines Guidelines: Team Build Guidelines: Source ControlGuidelines: ReportingGuidelines: Project Management Practices Practices at a Glance: Team Build Practices at a Glance: Source ControlPractices at a Glance: ReportingPractices at a Glance: Project Management Questions and Answers Questions and Answers: Source Control How Tos How To - Add a New Developer To Your Project in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Automatically Run Code Analysis with Team Build in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create a Custom Report for Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create a Risk Over Time Report for Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create Custom Check-in Policies in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create Your Source Tree in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Customize a Process Template in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Customize a Report in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Manage P[...]



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NOTE: If you like this guide, check out our latest WCF Security Guide, currently in development on Codeplex. http://www.codeplex.com/WCFSecurity patterns & practices Team Development with TFS Guide (Final Release) Welcome to the patterns & practices Team Development with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server project site! This guide shows you how to make the most of Team Foundation Server. It starts with the end in mind, but shows you how to incrementally adopt TFS for your organization. It's a collaborative effort between patterns & practices, Team System team members, and industry experts. This guide is related to our Visual Studio Team System Guidance Project. - J.D. Meier, Jason Taylor, Alex Mackman, Prashant Bansode, Kevin Jones Download the Guide Final release is available! Start using the guide today, while we continue to make improvements. Download the Team Development with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server Guide Download the Diagrams Download the Visio diagrams we used in the guide so that you can modify them and use them to document your own particular environment. Download the Team Foundation Server Guide Visio Diagrams Parts Part I, FundamentalsPart II, Source ControlPart III, BuildsPart IV, Large Project ConsiderationsPart V, Project ManagementPart VI, Process TemplatesPart VII, ReportingPart VIII, Setting Up and Maintaining the Team EnvironmentPart IX, Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Forewards Foreword By Jeff BeehlerForeword By Rob CaronForeword By Brian Harry Chapters Introduction Part I, Fundamentals Chapter 1 - Introducing the Team EnvironmentChapter 2 - Team Foundation Server Architecture Part II, Source Control Chapter 3 - Structuring Projects and Solutions in Source ControlChapter 4 - Structuring Projects and Solutions in Team Foundation Source ControlChapter 5 - Defining Your Branching and Merging StrategyChapter 6 - Managing Source Control Dependencies in Visual Studio Team System Part III, Builds Chapter 7 - Team Build ExplainedChapter 8 - Setting Up Continuous Integration with Team BuildChapter 9 - Setting Up Scheduled Builds with Team Build Part IV, Large Project Considerations Chapter 10 - Large Project Considerations Part V, Project Management Chapter 11 - Project Management ExplainedChapter 12 - Work Items Explained Part VI, Process Templates Chapter 13 - Process Templates ExplainedChapter 14 - MSF for Agile Software Development Projects Part VII, Reporting Chapter 15 - Reporting Explained Part VIII, Setting Up and Maintaining the Team Environment Chapter 16 - Team Foundation Server DeploymentChapter 17 - Providing Internet Access to Team Foundation Server Part IX, Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Chapter 18 - What's New in Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Guidelines Guidelines: Team Build Guidelines: Source ControlGuidelines: ReportingGuidelines: Project Management Practices Practices at a Glance: Team Build Practices at a Glance: Source ControlPractices at a Glance: ReportingPractices at a Glance: Project Management Questions and Answers Questions and Answers: Source Control How Tos How To - Add a New Developer To Your Project in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Automatically Run Code Analysis with Team Build in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create a Custom Report for Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create a Risk Over Time Report for Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create Custom Check-in Policies in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create Your Source Tree in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Customize a Process Template in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Customize a Report in V[...]



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patterns & practices Team Development with TFS Guide (Final Release) Welcome to the patterns & practices Team Development with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server project site! This guide shows you how to make the most of Team Foundation Server. It starts with the end in mind, but shows you how to incrementally adopt TFS for your organization. It's a collaborative effort between patterns & practices, Team System team members, and industry experts. This guide is related to our Visual Studio Team System Guidance Project. - J.D. Meier, Jason Taylor, Alex Mackman, Prashant Bansode, Kevin Jones Download the Guide Final release is available! Start using the guide today, while we continue to make improvements. Download the Team Development with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server Guide Download the Diagrams Download the Visio diagrams we used in the guide so that you can modify them and use them to document your own particular environment. Download the Team Foundation Server Guide Visio Diagrams Parts Part I, FundamentalsPart II, Source ControlPart III, BuildsPart IV, Large Project ConsiderationsPart V, Project ManagementPart VI, Process TemplatesPart VII, ReportingPart VIII, Setting Up and Maintaining the Team EnvironmentPart IX, Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Forewards Foreword By Jeff BeehlerForeword By Rob CaronForeword By Brian Harry Chapters Introduction Part I, Fundamentals Chapter 1 - Introducing the Team EnvironmentChapter 2 - Team Foundation Server Architecture Part II, Source Control Chapter 3 - Structuring Projects and Solutions in Source ControlChapter 4 - Structuring Projects and Solutions in Team Foundation Source ControlChapter 5 - Defining Your Branching and Merging StrategyChapter 6 - Managing Source Control Dependencies in Visual Studio Team System Part III, Builds Chapter 7 - Team Build ExplainedChapter 8 - Setting Up Continuous Integration with Team BuildChapter 9 - Setting Up Scheduled Builds with Team Build Part IV, Large Project Considerations Chapter 10 - Large Project Considerations Part V, Project Management Chapter 11 - Project Management ExplainedChapter 12 - Work Items Explained Part VI, Process Templates Chapter 13 - Process Templates ExplainedChapter 14 - MSF for Agile Software Development Projects Part VII, Reporting Chapter 15 - Reporting Explained Part VIII, Setting Up and Maintaining the Team Environment Chapter 16 - Team Foundation Server DeploymentChapter 17 - Providing Internet Access to Team Foundation Server Part IX, Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Chapter 18 - What's New in Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Guidelines Guidelines: Team Build Guidelines: Source ControlGuidelines: ReportingGuidelines: Project Management Practices Practices at a Glance: Team Build Practices at a Glance: Source ControlPractices at a Glance: ReportingPractices at a Glance: Project Management Questions and Answers Questions and Answers: Source Control How Tos How To - Add a New Developer To Your Project in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Automatically Run Code Analysis with Team Build in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create a Custom Report for Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create a Risk Over Time Report for Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create Custom Check-in Policies in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create Your Source Tree in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Customize a Process Template in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Customize a Report in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Manage Projects in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Migrate So[...]



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patterns & practices Team Development with TFS Guide (Final Release) Welcome to the patterns & practices Team Development with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server project site! This guide shows you how to make the most of Team Foundation Server. It starts with the end in mind, but shows you how to incrementally adopt TFS for your organization. It's a collaborative effort between patterns & practices, Team System team members, and industry experts. This guide is related to our Visual Studio Team System Guidance Project. - J.D. Meier, Jason Taylor, Alex Mackman, Prashant Bansode, Kevin Jones Download the Guide Final release is available! Start using the guide today, while we continue to make improvements. Download the Team Development with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server Guide Download the Diagrams Download the Visio diagrams we used in the guide so that you can modify them and use them to document your own particular environment. Download the Team Foundation Server Guide Visio Diagrams Parts Part I, FundamentalsPart II, Source ControlPart III, BuildsPart IV, Large Project ConsiderationsPart V, Project ManagementPart VI, Process TemplatesPart VII, ReportingPart VIII, Setting Up and Maintaining the Team EnvironmentPart IX, Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Forewards Foreword By Jeff BeehlerForeword By Rob CaronForeword By Brian Harry Chapters Introduction Part I, Fundamentals Chapter 1 - Introducing the Team EnvironmentChapter 2 - Team Foundation Server Architecture Part II, Source Control Chapter 3 - Structuring Projects and Solutions in Source ControlChapter 4 - Structuring Projects and Solutions in Team Foundation Source ControlChapter 5 - Defining Your Branching and Merging StrategyChapter 6 - Managing Source Control Dependencies in Visual Studio Team System Part III, Builds Chapter 7 - Team Build ExplainedChapter 8 - Setting Up Continuous Integration with Team BuildChapter 9 - Setting Up Scheduled Builds with Team Build Part IV, Large Project Considerations Chapter 10 - Large Project Considerations Part V, Project Management Chapter 11 - Project Management ExplainedChapter 12 - Work Items Explained Part VI, Process Templates Chapter 13 - Process Templates ExplainedChapter 14 - MSF for Agile Software Development Projects Part VII, Reporting Chapter 15 - Reporting Explained Part VIII, Setting Up and Maintaining the Team Environment Chapter 16 - Team Foundation Server DeploymentChapter 17 - Providing Internet Access to Team Foundation Server Part IX, Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Chapter 18 - What's New in Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Guidelines Guidelines: Team Build Guidelines: Source ControlGuidelines: ReportingGuidelines: Project Management Practices Practices at a Glance: Team Build Practices at a Glance: Source ControlPractices at a Glance: ReportingPractices at a Glance: Project Management Questions and Answers Questions and Answers: Source Control How Tos How To - Add a New Developer To Your Project in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Automatically Run Code Analysis with Team Build in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create a Custom Report for Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create a Risk Over Time Report for Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create Custom Check-in Policies in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create Your Source Tree in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Customize a Process Template in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Customize a Report in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Manage Projects in Visual Studio Team Foundatio[...]



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patterns & practices Team Development with TFS Guide (Final Release) Welcome to the patterns & practices Team Development with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server project site! This guide shows you how to make the most of Team Foundation Server. It starts with the end in mind, but shows you how to incrementally adopt TFS for your organization. It's a collaborative effort between patterns & practices, Team System team members, and industry experts. This guide is related to our Visual Studio Team System Guidance Project. - J.D. Meier, Jason Taylor, Alex Mackman, Prashant Bansode, Kevin Jones Download the Guide Final release is available! Start using the guide today, while we continue to make improvements. Download the Team Development with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server Guide Download the Diagrams Download the Visio diagrams we used in the guide so that you can modify them and use them to document your own particular environment. Download the Team Foundation Server Guide Visio Diagrams Parts Part I, FundamentalsPart II, Source ControlPart III, BuildsPart IV, Large Project ConsiderationsPart V, Project ManagementPart VI, Process TemplatesPart VII, ReportingPart VIII, Setting Up and Maintaining the Team EnvironmentPart IX, Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Forewards Foreword By Jeff BeehlerForeword By Rob CaronForeword By Brian Harry Chapters Introduction Part I, Fundamentals Chapter 1 - Introducing the Team EnvironmentChapter 2 - Team Foundation Server Architecture Part II, Source Control Chapter 3 - Structuring Projects and Solutions in Source ControlChapter 4 - Structuring Projects and Solutions in Team Foundation Source ControlChapter 5 - Defining Your Branching and Merging StrategyChapter 6 - Managing Source Control Dependencies in Visual Studio Team System Part III, Builds Chapter 7 - Team Build ExplainedChapter 8 - Setting Up Continuous Integration with Team BuildChapter 9 - Setting Up Scheduled Builds with Team Build Part IV, Large Project Considerations Chapter 10 - Large Project Considerations Part V, Project Management Chapter 11 - Project Management ExplainedChapter 12 - Work Items Explained Part VI, Process Templates Chapter 13 - Process Templates ExplainedChapter 14 - MSF for Agile Software Development Projects Part VII, Reporting Chapter 15 - Reporting Explained Part VIII, Setting Up and Maintaining the Team Environment Chapter 16 - Team Foundation Server DeploymentChapter 17 - Providing Internet Access to Team Foundation Server Part IX, Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Chapter 18 - What's New in Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Guidelines Guidelines: Team Build Guidelines: Source ControlGuidelines: ReportingGuidelines: Project Management Practices Practices at a Glance: Team Build Practices at a Glance: Source ControlPractices at a Glance: ReportingPractices at a Glance: Project Management Questions and Answers Questions and Answers: Source Control How Tos How To - Add a New Developer To Your Project in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Automatically Run Code Analysis with Team Build in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create a Custom Report for Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create a Risk Over Time Report for Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create Custom Check-in Policies in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create Your Source Tree in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Customize a Process Template in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Customize a Report in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Manage Projects in [...]



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patterns & practices Team Development with TFS Guide (Final Release) Welcome to the patterns & practices Team Development with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server project site! This guide shows you how to make the most of Team Foundation Server. It starts with the end in mind, but shows you how to incrementally adopt TFS for your organization. It's a collaborative effort between patterns & practices, Team System team members, and industry experts. This guide is related to our Visual Studio Team System Guidance Project. - J.D. Meier, Jason Taylor, Alex Mackman, Prashant Bansode, Kevin Jones Download the Guide Final release is available! Start using the guide today, while we continue to make improvements. Download the Team Development with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server Guide Download the Diagrams Download the Visio diagrams we used in the guide so that you can modify them and use them to document your own particular environment. Download the Team Foundation Server Guide Visio Diagrams Parts Part I, FundamentalsPart II, Source ControlPart III, BuildsPart IV, Large Project ConsiderationsPart V, Project ManagementPart VI, Process TemplatesPart VII, ReportingPart VIII, Setting Up and Maintaining the Team EnvironmentPart IX, Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Forewards Foreword By Jeff BeehlerForeword By Rob CaronForeword By Brian Harry Chapters Introduction Part I, Fundamentals Chapter 1 - Introducing the Team EnvironmentChapter 2 - Team Foundation Server Architecture Part II, Source Control Chapter 3 - Structuring Projects and Solutions in Source ControlChapter 4 - Structuring Projects and Solutions in Team Foundation Source ControlChapter 5 - Defining Your Branching and Merging StrategyChapter 6 - Managing Source Control Dependencies in Visual Studio Team System Part III, Builds Chapter 7 - Team Build ExplainedChapter 8 - Setting Up Continuous Integration with Team BuildChapter 9 - Setting Up Scheduled Builds with Team Build Part IV, Large Project Considerations Chapter 10 - Large Project Considerations Part V, Project Management Chapter 11 - Project Management ExplainedChapter 12 - Work Items Explained Part VI, Process Templates Chapter 13 - Process Templates ExplainedChapter 14 - MSF for Agile Software Development Projects Part VII, Reporting Chapter 15 - Reporting Explained Part VIII, Setting Up and Maintaining the Team Environment Chapter 16 - Team Foundation Server DeploymentChapter 17 - Providing Internet Access to Team Foundation Server Part IX, Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Chapter 18 - What's New in Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Guidelines Guidelines: Team Build Guidelines: Source ControlGuidelines: ReportingGuidelines: Project Management Practices Practices at a Glance: Team Build Practices at a Glance: Source ControlPractices at a Glance: ReportingPractices at a Glance: Project Management Questions and Answers Questions and Answers: Source Control How Tos How To - Add a New Developer To Your Project in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Automatically Run Code Analysis with Team Build in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create a Custom Report for Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create a Risk Over Time Report for Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create Custom Check-in Policies in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create Your Source Tree in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Customize a Process Template in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Customize a Report in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerH[...]



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patterns & practices Team Development with TFS Guide (Final Release) Welcome to the patterns & practices Team Development with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server project site! This guide shows you how to make the most of Team Foundation Server. It starts with the end in mind, but shows you how to incrementally adopt TFS for your organization. It's a collaborative effort between patterns & practices, Team System team members, and industry experts. This guide is related to our Visual Studio Team System Guidance Project. - J.D. Meier, Jason Taylor, Alex Mackman, Prashant Bansode, Kevin Jones Download the Guide Final release is available! Start using the guide today, while we continue to make improvements. Download the Team Development with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server Guide Download the Diagrams Download the Visio diagrams we used in the guide so that you can modify them and use them to document your own particular environment. Download the Team Foundation Server Guide Visio Diagrams Parts Part I, FundamentalsPart II, Source ControlPart III, BuildsPart IV, Large Project ConsiderationsPart V, Project ManagementPart VI, Process TemplatesPart VII, ReportingPart VIII, Setting Up and Maintaining the Team EnvironmentPart IX, Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Forewards Foreword By Jeff BeehlerForeword By Rob CaronForeword By Brian Harry Chapters Introduction Part I, Fundamentals Chapter 1 - Introducing the Team EnvironmentChapter 2 - Team Foundation Server Architecture Part II, Source Control Chapter 3 - Structuring Projects and Solutions in Source ControlChapter 4 - Structuring Projects and Solutions in Team Foundation Source ControlChapter 5 - Defining Your Branching and Merging StrategyChapter 6 - Managing Source Control Dependencies in Visual Studio Team System Part III, Builds Chapter 7 - Team Build ExplainedChapter 8 - Setting Up Continuous Integration with Team BuildChapter 9 - Setting Up Scheduled Builds with Team Build Part IV, Large Project Considerations Chapter 10 - Large Project Considerations Part V, Project Management Chapter 11 - Project Management ExplainedChapter 12 - Work Items Explained Part VI, Process Templates Chapter 13 - Process Templates ExplainedChapter 14 - MSF for Agile Software Development Projects Part VII, Reporting Chapter 15 - Reporting Explained Part VIII, Setting Up and Maintaining the Team Environment Chapter 16 - Team Foundation Server DeploymentChapter 17 - Providing Internet Access to Team Foundation Server Part IX, Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Chapter 18 - What's New in Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Guidelines Guidelines: Team Build Guidelines: Source ControlGuidelines: ReportingGuidelines: Project Management Practices Practices at a Glance: Team Build Practices at a Glance: Source ControlPractices at a Glance: ReportingPractices at a Glance: Project Management Questions and Answers Questions and Answers: Source Control How Tos How To - Add a New Developer To Your Project in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Automatically Run Code Analysis with Team Build in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create a Custom Report for Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create a Risk Over Time Report for Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create Custom Check-in Policies in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create Your Source Tree in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Customize a Process Template in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Customize a Report in Visual Stu[...]



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patterns & practices Team Development with TFS Guide (Final Release) Welcome to the patterns & practices Team Development with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server project site! This guide shows you how to make the most of Team Foundation Server. It starts with the end in mind, but shows you how to incrementally adopt TFS for your organization. It's a collaborative effort between patterns & practices, Team System team members, and industry experts. This guide is related to our Visual Studio Team System Guidance Project. - J.D. Meier, Jason Taylor, Alex Mackman, Prashant Bansode, Kevin Jones Download the Guide Final release is available! Start using the guide today, while we continue to make improvements. Download the Team Development with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server Guide Download the Diagrams Download the Visio diagrams we used in the guide so that you can modify them and use them to document your own particular environment. Download the Team Foundation Server Guide Visio Diagrams Parts Part I, FundamentalsPart II, Source ControlPart III, BuildsPart IV, Large Project ConsiderationsPart V, Project ManagementPart VI, Process TemplatesPart VII, ReportingPart VIII, Setting Up and Maintaining the Team EnvironmentPart IX, Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Forewards Foreword By Jeff BeehlerForeword By Rob CaronForeword By Brian Harry Chapters Introduction Part I, Fundamentals Chapter 1 - Introducing the Team EnvironmentChapter 2 - Team Foundation Server Architecture Part II, Source Control Chapter 3 - Structuring Projects and Solutions in Source ControlChapter 4 - Structuring Projects and Solutions in Team Foundation Source ControlChapter 5 - Defining Your Branching and Merging StrategyChapter 6 - Managing Source Control Dependencies in Visual Studio Team System Part III, Builds Chapter 7 - Team Build ExplainedChapter 8 - Setting Up Continuous Integration with Team BuildChapter 9 - Setting Up Scheduled Builds with Team Build Part IV, Large Project Considerations Chapter 10 - Large Project Considerations Part V, Project Management Chapter 11 - Project Management ExplainedChapter 12 - Work Items Explained Part VI, Process Templates Chapter 13 - Process Templates ExplainedChapter 14 - MSF for Agile Software Development Projects Part VII, Reporting Chapter 15 - Reporting Explained Part VIII, Setting Up and Maintaining the Team Environment Chapter 16 - Team Foundation Server DeploymentChapter 17 - Providing Internet Access to Team Foundation Server Part IX, Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Chapter 18 - What's New in Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Guidelines Guidelines: Team Build Guidelines: Source ControlGuidelines: ReportingGuidelines: Project Management Practices Practices at a Glance: Team Build Practices at a Glance: Source ControlPractices at a Glance: ReportingPractices at a Glance: Project Management Questions and Answers Questions and Answers: Source Control How Tos How To - Add a New Developer To Your Project in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Automatically Run Code Analysis with Team Build in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create a Custom Report for Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create a Risk Over Time Report for Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create Custom Check-in Policies in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create Your Source Tree in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Customize a Process Template in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Cust[...]



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patterns & practices Team Development with TFS Guide (Final Release) Welcome to the patterns & practices Team Development with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server project site! This guide shows you how to make the most of Team Foundation Server. It starts with the end in mind, but shows you how to incrementally adopt TFS for your organization. It's a collaborative effort between patterns & practices, Team System team members, and industry experts. This guide is related to our Visual Studio Team System Guidance Project. - J.D. Meier, Jason Taylor, Alex Mackman, Prashant Bansode, Kevin Jones Download the Guide Final release is available! Start using the guide today, while we continue to make improvements. Download the Team Development with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server Guide Download the Diagrams Download the Visio diagrams we used in the guide so that you can modify them and use them to document your own particular environment. Download the Team Foundation Server Guide Visio Diagrams Parts Part I, FundamentalsPart II, Source ControlPart III, BuildsPart IV, Large Project ConsiderationsPart V, Project ManagementPart VI, Process TemplatesPart VII, ReportingPart VIII, Setting Up and Maintaining the Team EnvironmentPart IX, Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Forewards Foreword By Jeff BeehlerForeword By Rob CaronForeword By Brian Harry Chapters Introduction Part I, Fundamentals Chapter 1 - Introducing the Team EnvironmentChapter 2 - Team Foundation Server Architecture Part II, Source Control Chapter 3 - Structuring Projects and Solutions in Source ControlChapter 4 - Structuring Projects and Solutions in Team Foundation Source ControlChapter 5 - Defining Your Branching and Merging StrategyChapter 6 - Managing Source Control Dependencies in Visual Studio Team System Part III, Builds Chapter 7 - Team Build ExplainedChapter 8 - Setting Up Continuous Integration with Team BuildChapter 9 - Setting Up Scheduled Builds with Team Build Part IV, Large Project Considerations Chapter 10 - Large Project Considerations Part V, Project Management Chapter 11 - Project Management ExplainedChapter 12 - Work Items Explained Part VI, Process Templates Chapter 13 - Process Templates ExplainedChapter 14 - MSF for Agile Software Development Projects Part VII, Reporting Chapter 15 - Reporting Explained Part VIII, Setting Up and Maintaining the Team Environment Chapter 16 - Team Foundation Server DeploymentChapter 17 - Providing Internet Access to Team Foundation Server Part IX, Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Chapter 18 - What's New in Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Guidelines Guidelines: Team Build Guidelines: Source ControlGuidelines: ReportingGuidelines: Project Management Practices Practices at a Glance: Team Build Practices at a Glance: Source ControlPractices at a Glance: ReportingPractices at a Glance: Project Management Questions and Answers Questions and Answers: Source Control How Tos How To - Add a New Developer To Your Project in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Automatically Run Code Analysis with Team Build in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create a Custom Report for Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create a Risk Over Time Report for Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create Custom Check-in Policies in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create Your Source Tree in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Customize a Process Template in Visual Studio Team Fou[...]



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patterns & practices Team Development with TFS Guide (Final Release) Welcome to the patterns & practices Team Development with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server project site! This guide shows you how to make the most of Team Foundation Server. It starts with the end in mind, but shows you how to incrementally adopt TFS for your organization. It's a collaborative effort between patterns & practices, Team System team members, and industry experts. This guide is related to our Visual Studio Team System Guidance Project. - J.D. Meier, Jason Taylor, Alex Mackman, Prashant Bansode, Kevin Jones Download the Guide Final release is available! Start using the guide today, while we continue to make improvements. Download the Team Development with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server Guide Download the diagrams Download the Visio diagrams we used in the guide so that you can modify them and use them to document your own particular environment. Download the Team Foundation Server Guide Visio Diagrams Parts Part I, FundamentalsPart II, Source ControlPart III, BuildsPart IV, Large Project ConsiderationsPart V, Project ManagementPart VI, Process TemplatesPart VII, ReportingPart VIII, Setting Up and Maintaining the Team EnvironmentPart IX, Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Forewards Foreword By Jeff BeehlerForeword By Rob CaronForeword By Brian Harry Chapters Introduction Part I, Fundamentals Chapter 1 - Introducing the Team EnvironmentChapter 2 - Team Foundation Server Architecture Part II, Source Control Chapter 3 - Structuring Projects and Solutions in Source ControlChapter 4 - Structuring Projects and Solutions in Team Foundation Source ControlChapter 5 - Defining Your Branching and Merging StrategyChapter 6 - Managing Source Control Dependencies in Visual Studio Team System Part III, Builds Chapter 7 - Team Build ExplainedChapter 8 - Setting Up Continuous Integration with Team BuildChapter 9 - Setting Up Scheduled Builds with Team Build Part IV, Large Project Considerations Chapter 10 - Large Project Considerations Part V, Project Management Chapter 11 - Project Management ExplainedChapter 12 - Work Items Explained Part VI, Process Templates Chapter 13 - Process Templates ExplainedChapter 14 - MSF for Agile Software Development Projects Part VII, Reporting Chapter 15 - Reporting Explained Part VIII, Setting Up and Maintaining the Team Environment Chapter 16 - Team Foundation Server DeploymentChapter 17 - Providing Internet Access to Team Foundation Server Part IX, Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Chapter 18 - What's New in Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server Guidelines Guidelines: Team Build Guidelines: Source ControlGuidelines: ReportingGuidelines: Project Management Practices Practices at a Glance: Team Build Practices at a Glance: Source ControlPractices at a Glance: ReportingPractices at a Glance: Project Management Questions and Answers Questions and Answers: Source Control How Tos How To - Add a New Developer To Your Project in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Automatically Run Code Analysis with Team Build in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create a Custom Report for Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create a Risk Over Time Report for Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create Custom Check-in Policies in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Create Your Source Tree in Visual Studio Team Foundation ServerHow To - Customize a Process Templat[...]