Let Build Automation in Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2010 Work for You


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Team Foundation Build 2010 has been radically improved. Not only has its scalability and management been improved through a build controller/agent architecture, but its core is now based on Windows Workflow Foundation (WF). In this session we look at what’s new and improved in Team Foundation Build 2010, including how to setup build controllers and build agents, tag the agents according to their capability, use the new WF-based build scripts, support your legacy MSBuild scripts, and even configure gated check-ins. Whether your team is just wanting to automated a long-running build of a Web application or your team is serious about implementing Continuous Integration, this session is for you.
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