Best Practices Using Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2010


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Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2010 is not the kind of software that just needs to be installed and can be used right away. Although you can use basic services like version control right away, TFS gets really useful and unfolds its effectiveness by being customized and tweaked to the needs of your organization. On the way to that, a lot of decisions – not all irreversible – need to be made correctly; after all, you plan to use the TFS environment for the next few years! This session focuses on best practices, lessons learned and things you want to be aware of before finding them out on your own. It is targeted to existing Team Foundation Server users, as well as companies planning to move to it.

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