Sorry I'm not aware of a single resource to get everything you're asking for in an end-to-end fashion. I've written a couple of books and have some others listed on the right side of my blog which might help: http://blogs.msdn.com/briankel
But again these are really focused at each individual tool and less on one comprehensive process. The problem with trying to write and maintain the latter is that many different shops have their own unique way of doing things so trying to invest in writing about one specific pattern would be of narrow interest and possibly discouraging to others who look at it and realize it doesn't match with the way they want to use the tools. Instead in my speeches and books I try to focus more on how the tools work and how they can be adapted based on the needs of the team/person/situation.