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Effectively manage and deliver software projects with TFS
Team Foundation Server (TFS) has undergone a complete overhaulas the central tool in Microsoft's Application Lifecycle Management(ALM) portfolio. This book addresses the many changes that havetaken place since the 2005 version of TFS and provides an in-depthlook at how these changes can work to your advantage. The team ofauthors reviews what's new in TFS 2010, including its ease ofconfiguration and installation, a new platform for testing, workitem tracking and usability, and helpful new tools to manageproject plans. Packed with detailed coverage, this book arms youwith the information you need to effectively manage and deliversoftware projects with TFS.
Professional Team Foundation Server 2010:
Walks you through planning and installing a TFS deployment
Features a comprehensive overview of version control
Discusses migrating from legacy version controlsystems,including Visual SourceSafe
Reviews how to automate and customize the build process
Discusses project management and testing tools
Reviews administering a TFS environment, including creating abackup plan, handling disaster recovery, and monitoring serverhealth and performance
Prepares you for taking the TFS 2010 Microsoft CertificationExam (70-512)
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About the Author
Ed Blankenship is an ALM consultant with Imaginet (formerly Notion Solutions) and the Microsoft MVP of the Year.
Martin Woodward is a program manager on the Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server product team.
Grant Holliday is a program manager on the Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server product team.
Brian Keller is a senior technical evangelist for Microsoft, specializing in Visual Studio and ALM.