If you’ve ever had the chance to supervise the build lab for a major software project, with hundreds of computers chugging along and all doing your bidding, then perhaps you’ve felt something of Humpty Dumpty’s satisfaction with his command of the English language. If, on the other hand, you still aspire to that lofty position, then this book, Vincent Maraia’s The Build Master (Addison-Wesley, 2006), may be just what you need to get started.
From: Making a Build
The Build Master has a chapter at the end that briefly covers Team Foundation Server, but the book was written while it was still under development and doesn’t provide a thorough treatment of it. Given the reception Maraia’s book has received, perhaps we’ll see a new edition with an update on Team Foundation Server use at Microsoft.