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ALM with TFS 2012 Fundamentals

Course Summary

Team Foundation Server (TFS) is more than just version control! This course provides an overview of the Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) tooling that's available using Team Foundation Server 2012. We'll start with version control and move on to cove


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    Course Syllabus

    ● Microsoft ALM Overview
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ If you learn only one thing...
        ◦ What is ALM?
        ◦ TFS can help
        ◦ TFS and ALM...not just for small teams
        ◦ The Big Picture and TFS
        ◦ Team Foundation Server
        ◦ Connect to TFS
        ◦ Version Control
        ◦ Requirements Management
        ◦ Agile Planning
        ◦ Automated Build
        ◦ Testing and Defect Tracking
        ◦ Feedback
        ◦ Lab Management
        ◦ Reporting
        ◦ Outro
    ● Basic Setup and Configuration
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ The core pieces of TFS
        ◦ Other pieces of TFS
        ◦ Things that bolt on to TFS
        ◦ TFS configurations
        ◦ TFS on Windows Azure
        ◦ Fancy TFS configurations
        ◦ TFS hardware capacity planning
        ◦ TFS pre-requisites
        ◦ Installing TFS
        ◦ Team Project Team Project Collections
        ◦ Process Templates
        ◦ Demo: Create a Team Project
        ◦ Permissions and Security
        ◦ Demo: Tour of TFS permissions
        ◦ Demo: The TFS Administration Console
        ◦ A simple TFS backup plan
        ◦ Outro
    ● Version Control Basics
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ TFS Version Control
        ◦ How to access TFS Version Control
        ◦ Demo: My First 'Get Latest'
        ◦ TFS Workspaces
        ◦ Demo: The TFS Workspace Editor
        ◦ Server vs. Local Workspaces
        ◦ Configure a new project
        ◦ Demo: Set up the repository and add code
        ◦ Keep it simple.
        ◦ Version control operations
        ◦ Outro
    ● Version Control Beyond The Basics
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Demo: Offline features
        ◦ Free yourself from the read-only bit
        ◦ Demo: Detected changes and associated work items
        ◦ Version control locks
        ◦ Shelving
        ◦ Demo: Shelving
        ◦ Branching and Merging
        ◦ Demo: Branching and Merging
        ◦ Demo: Server-side settings
        ◦ Demo: Permissions
        ◦ Summary
    ● Work Item Basics
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ What is a work item?
        ◦ Ways to edit work items
        ◦ Demo: Edit Work Items in Visual Studio 2012
        ◦ Demo: Edit Work Items in Excel
        ◦ Work Item Types
        ◦ Work Item Links
        ◦ Demo: Work Item Links
        ◦ Stay organized with Areas Iterations
        ◦ Demo: Areas and Iterations
        ◦ Work Item Queries
        ◦ Demo: Work Item Queries
        ◦ Summary
    ● Agile and Scrum Planning Tools
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Subdivide your project with Teams
        ◦ Demo: Create a Team
        ◦ Some context about Work Items
        ◦ The blindingly fast overview of Scrum and Agile
        ◦ The Scrum / Agile Planning Tools
        ◦ Demo: Product Backlog Manager
        ◦ Demo: Sprint Planning
        ◦ Demo: Scrum Board
        ◦ Demo: The Burndown Chart
        ◦ Summary
    ● Work Item Customization
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Work Item Customization
        ◦ WitAdmin.exe
        ◦ Backup your process template
        ◦ Demo: Backup your process template

        ◦ Two ways to custom


Course Fee:
USD 29

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

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