Slides from a TFS version control presentation

Yesterday, Ed Hintz and I gave a “brown bag” presentation in Redmond for some internal groups that will begin using TFS.  I’ve created a public version of the slides and attached it to this post.  The presentation goes over a few concepts (the intended audience is already quite familiar with source control), shows some common operations with the command line, gives an overview of how to write tools that use version control, both using the client API as well as VS add-ins, and introduces the command available in tfpt.exe.


Comments (6)

  1. KeithH says:

    Nice slide-deck. I especially liked the tidbit about BypassProxyOnLocal reg hack. That’s working awesome for us.  BTW, what is the App Tier Standby Server?  That’s the first I’ve heard of such a beast.

  2. buckh says:

    In the next version, the BypassProxyOnLocal and other settings should hopefully get a proper home in the configuration UI.

    I don’t know much about the standby app tier either, but Bill Essary did mention it once in the forums.  I’ll send email to get some more info.

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  4. Buck Hodges says:

    Keith Hill had seen mention of a standby application tier in the slides I posted and asked for more information. …

  5. Buck Hodges says:

    I don’t travel much. It’s been almost exactly a year since I was in Redmond. In March 2006, Ed Hintz

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