Realdolmen Education

Details

Application Lifecycle Management with Team Foundation Server 2010: Deep Dive

This course is currently not scheduled on the open calendar, but can be organized on request.

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Duration

3 day(s)

Audience

Techincal Project Leads, Software Engineers

Prerequisites

Focus on .NET custom development

Objectives

By providing a 360° overview, best practices and hands on exercices, this training enables the participants to use the full power of TFS 2010 from day one! As a bonus, we send you home with some of our own ALM Best Practices as they are applied in the RealDolmen Way!

Methods

Instructor-led in the classroom

Description

We start off with a 360° view of the Team Foundation Server 2010 platform, providing you with a clear understanding of its core components

This is followed by the Deep Dives, in which we makie sure you get hands on experience with initial setup & daily use. We provide theory & exercices on: source control, team build, database projects, workitem tracking and project management

To wrap up, we send you with some of our own ALM Best Practices as they are embedded in the RealDolmen Way of working. This gives you a competitive advantageand saves you possible problems and rework!

Contents

  • Application Lifecycle Management with TFS 2010
    • What is ALM?
    • TFS 2010 360°
    • Architecture
    • Development, version control & quality
    • Build & Deployment
  • Source Control with TFS 2010
    • Source Control
    • TFS 2010 Source Control
    • Advanced Features
  • Team Build 2010
    • Architecture
    • Usage
    • Customization
  • Visual Studio 2010 Database Projects
    • Why?
    • Managing Database Change
    • Projects
    • Refactoring
    • Making Managed Change
    • Ensuring Change
    • Roles
  • Managing Projects with TFS 2010
    • Agile Development
    • Scrum
    • Scrum with TFS 2010
    • Alternative Interfaces
    • Customizing TFS 2010
  • ALM Best Practices
    • Project organization
    • Branching & Merging
    • Source code structure
    • Naming conventions
    • Project Portal
    • Project Management/Work item tracking
    • Deployment strategy
    • Release strategy
    • Build Server usage