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Our Team Foundation Source Control Guidelines are now available. You can read the Team Foundation Source Control Guidelines online in HTML or you can download the Team Foundation Source Control Guidelines in PDF. The guidelines are part of our patterns & practices Visual Studio Team System Guidance Project. We use the guidelines to encapsulate strategies and convey recommendations. You can quickly skim the guidelines to checkpoint your understanding of some of the proven and emerging practices for Team Foundation Source Control. We write each guideline using a "what to do", "why" and "how" approach to help make them easy to consume.
Team Foundation Source Control Guidelines is complimentary to our Team Foundation Source Control Practices at a Glance and our Team Foundation Source Control Questions and Answers.
The guidelines are very good -- short, to-the-point, well-organized -- but I'm struggling to find suggestions specific to work in corporate IT shops with lots of applications and projects for variety of departments and lines-of-business. Details of my problem scenario and a few possible implementation approaches are at http://forums.microsoft.com/MSDN/showpost.aspx?postid=1453999&siteid=1
Could you or anyone else comment on the tradeoffs in the various options there, or point me to some info focused on these issues?
J.D. Meier on Downloads Now Available for Visual Studio Team System Guidance and Team Foundation...
You may be looking for something like this:
see Explained: Structuring Your Solutions and Projects in Source Control with Team Foundation Server: http://www.codeplex.com/VSTSGuidance/Wiki/View.aspx?title=Explained%20-%20Structuring%20Your%20Solutions%20and%20Projects%20in%20Source%20Control%20with%20Team%20Foundation%20Server&referringTitle=Explained
J.D. Meier's Blog is a great resource on VSTS and team based development. Some recent posts are: Guidance