New Team System Virtual Lab: Change Management with Team Foundation Server

There's a new virtual lab in the Team System section of MSDN Virtual Labs that covers Change Management with Team Foundation Server

In this lab:

  • VSTFS enables developers to handle change at an individual level by letting them isolate themselves from outside changes
  • VSTFS enables a team to leverage best practices with process frameworks templates and automated guidance and provides you with ready-to-use industry recognized best practices like MSF and SCRUM
  • VSTFS offers an integrated work environment designed for change management in teams with a variety of roles
  • VSTFS source control system integrates information and artifacts in a safe and secure centralized location
  • Team Foundation Work Item Tracking system enables to maintain efficiency by ensuring that developers are focused on the most critical work items
  • The integration of Team Foundation System enables you to take the overhead out of traceability and collaboration
  • Team Foundation Build improves quality everyday by regularly integrating your team’s work together
  • Team Foundation Build reporting capabilities enables you to identify issues including bottlenecks early on by taking a team-wide view of your progress

Take this lab

Source: Virtual Labs Home: Microsoft® Visual Studio® Team System


Comments (4)

  1. There’s a cool new offering on MSDN now that enables people to give TFS a try without having to deal

  2. Kris says:

    I am going try this out tonite. I was wondering if there is a place MS has documented the different build scenarios – like referencing external libraries, sharing code (reusable components) across Team Projects, etc. I would like to see virtual lab for the same if possible as it would enable VSS administrators learn to convert their build scripts to TFS.

  3. Mark D’Urso on MSDN Wiki. michal.Log on Tracing in TFS MSSCI Provider. Tim Murphy on Book Review:…

  4. Maybe this is old news to you. Certainly Rob and Brian have posted about it before. But since I’m still

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