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Team Foundation Server 2012 Starter Paperback – November 23, 2012
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About the Author
Jakob Ehn is currently a Microsoft Visual Studio ALM MVP and also a Visual Studio ALM Ranger. Jakob has 15 years experience in the IT industry, and currently works as a solution architect at Inmeta Crayon ASA, specializing in Visual Studio ALM.
He actively participates in the MSDN forums and contributes to different open source projects, such as the Community TFS Build Extensions and the Community TFS Build Manager.
Jakob's blog: http://geekswithblogs.net/Jakob
Jakob's Twitter: @JakobEhn.
Terje Sandstrøm is a Microsoft Visual Studio ALM MVP for four years. He works as Chief Software Architect at Inmeta Crayon ASA, specializing in Visual Studio ALM.
He loves the community, works with the Community TFS Build Extensions, participates in the forums, and has free extensions uploaded to the Visual Studio Gallery.
More about Terje: http://about.me/TerjeS
Terje's blog: http://geekswithblogs.net/Terje
Terje's Twitter: @OsirisTerje.
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Top Customer Reviews
Along these lines, the installation is clean and simple. The screen shots show a straightforward process. More obvious than many open source installs, where you often have to check the pre-existing configuration on your machine. Microsoft has paid attention to the ease of use.
This carries over into the production steps. The options available are via GUIs that are largely self explanatory. There is complexity in the build steps. But for experienced developers it is manageable.
One possible improvement is in the back cover. It refers to ALM, without explaining what that stands for. The text inside does. But on the outside the acronym can be somewhat obscure.
If you are looking for a guide on how to do setups that are more complex than just basic then look elsewhere this book will ofer nothing to you.