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TFS 2013 Developer Fundamentals
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Course OverviewThis two day course is designed to get your team working efficiently with Visual Studio 2013 as quickly as possible. The course focuses primarily on providing the skills and knowledge to use the features provided by Team Foundation Server 2013 including Work Item Tracking and Version Control. The course introduces the various components that make up Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 and the benefits of an integrated Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) suite. You will learn information on how to create and configure a Team Project and manage work efficiently using linked Work Items and customised queries. The second major focus of the course examines how to use the version control system to check-in/check-out, branch, merge, shelve and much more. We cover workspaces and explain when to choose local and when to choose server workspaces. This course looks at some of the code quality features in Visual Studio 2013 including the Visual Studio Test Explorer and the Code Review features. This course includes hands-on labs to reinforce practical skills and ensures you’re ready to use the tools on your return to your workplace.ObjectivesAt the completion of this course, attendees will have been taught information how to:Create, configure and manage Team ProjectsUse the Team Explorer to navigate project contentManage work using Work Items including configuring links correctlyUse work items such as Task and Bug to provide traceabilityCreate and customise Work Item Queries to find and organise workSetup and manage their own custom TFS alerts (notifications)Configure source control folder structuresUse the version control system effectively including branching and workspacesUse the MSSCCI provider to enable backward compatibility for maintaining legacy codeUse the code quality features in Visual Studio 2013 including Test Explorer and Code ReviewsUse Code Clone Analysis to help reduce technical debtUse the new Team Room feature to improve team collaborationUtilize the Project Portal to store project artifacts and link them to Work ItemsView the built-in reports available in TFS 2013Use multiple client interfaces including TWA, Team Explorer and Microsoft OfficeAudienceThis course is designed primarily for team members with current Visual Studio development skills.PrerequisitesAttendees should be familiar with Visual Studio and the basic use of Team Foundation Server.
Price: $1,835
To find out more available information
about this course, please contact us:

416-929-1599
info@acend.com
To find out more available information
about this course, please contact us:

416-929-1599
info@acend.com
To find out more available information
about this course, please contact us:

416-929-1599
info@acend.com

TFS 2013Developer Fundamentals

Course Overview

This two day course is designed to get your team workingefficiently with Visual Studio 2013 as quickly as possible. The course focusesprimarily on providing the skills and knowledge to use the features provided byTeam Foundation Server 2013 including Work Item Tracking and Version Control.

The course introduces the various components that make upMicrosoft Visual Studio 2013 and the benefits of an integrated ApplicationLifecycle Management (ALM) suite. You will learn information on how to createand configure a Team Project and manage work efficiently using linked WorkItems and customised queries.

The second major focus of the course examines how to use theversion control system to check-in/check-out, branch, merge, shelve and muchmore. We cover workspaces and explain when to choose local and when to chooseserver workspaces.

This course looks at some of the code quality features inVisual Studio 2013 including the Visual Studio Test Explorer and the CodeReview features. This course includes hands-on labs to reinforce practicalskills and ensures you’re ready to use the tools on your return to yourworkplace.

Objectives

At the completion of this course, attendees will have beentaught information how to:

· Create, configure and manage Team Projects

· Use the Team Explorer to navigate project content

· Manage work using Work Items including configuring linkscorrectly

· Use work items such as Task and Bug to provide traceability

· Create and customise Work Item Queries to find and organise work

· Setup and manage their own custom TFS alerts (notifications)

· Configure source control folder structures

· Use the version control system effectively including branchingand workspaces

· Use the MSSCCI provider to enable backward compatibility formaintaining legacy code

· Use the code quality features in Visual Studio 2013 includingTest Explorer and Code Reviews

· Use Code Clone Analysis to help reduce technical debt

· Use the new Team Room feature to improve team collaboration

· Utilize the Project Portal to store project artifacts and linkthem to Work Items

· View the built-in reports available in TFS 2013

· Use multiple client interfaces including TWA, Team Explorer andMicrosoft Office

Audience

This course is designed primarily for team members withcurrent Visual Studio development skills.

Prerequisites

Attendees should be familiar with Visual Studio and thebasic use of Team Foundation Server.

Topics

Module 1: Creating and configuring Team Projects

· Creating Team Projects

· Understanding Team Project Collections

· Configuring permissions

· Deleting Team Projects

Module 2: Managing and tracking work using Work Items

· Introduction to Work Items

· Creating Work Items

· Linking Work Items to provide traceability

· Creating and using custom Work Item Queries

Module 3: Effective use of TFS Version Control

· Create source control folder structures

· Setting team project wide source control settings

· Setup and manage workspaces

· Changesets and Shelving

· Understanding branching and merging

· Backward compatibility using the MSSCCI provider

Module 4: Branching and Merging

· Defining a branching strategy

· How to branch

· Branch visualization and tracking changes

· Merging and resolving conflicts

· Custom differencing tools

Module 5: Unit Testing and Code Quality Tools

· Unit Testing in Visual Studio

· Visual Studio Test Explorer

· Code Metrics

· Code Clone Analysis

Module 6: Code Reviews

· Requesting a code review

· Responding to a request for code review

· Providing code review feedback

Module 7: Team Collaboration using Team Rooms

· Introducing Team Rooms

· Team Room Communication

· Managing Team Room users

· Managing Team Room events

Module 8: Build automation using Team Build

· Understanding Build infrastructure

· MSBuild vs Team Build

· Creating build definitions

· Understanding Build workflow

· Monitoring Builds

Module 9: Putting the Project Portal to best use

· Using the Project Portal

· Storing project documents in the document library

· Linking documents to Work Items

Module 10: A quick look at TFS reports

· A lap of available reports in TFS

· Filtering reports

· Creating an adhoc report in Excel

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