Software Engineering, Project Management, and Effectiveness
Today we released our Beta 1 of Team Development with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server Guide. It's our Microsoft playbook for TFS. This is our guide to help show you how to make the most of Team Foundation Server. It's a distillation of many lessons learned. It's a collaborative effort among product team members, field, industry experts, MVPs, and customers.
Contents at a Glance
About Our Team
Contributors and ReviewersHere's our contributors and reviewers so far:
J.D. Meier just posted about the new bea release of the Software Development with Visual Studio Team
Go straight to the web site here - http://www.codeplex.com/TFSGuide and Download the Team Development
J.D. Meier announced earlier today in his blog the release of TFS Guide. Here is the excerpt: Today we
[via J.D. Meier ] Just saw from J.D.'s blog that he just released beta 1 of Team Development with Visual
crosspost from http://blogs.msdn.com/rextang [via J.D. Meier ] Just saw from J.D.'s blog that he
Folks, if you are using Team Foundation Server ( TFS ), thinking about using it, or wish you could use
This is awesome! A much needed thing has finally arrived. We have been getting request from customer
The Microsoft Patterns and Practices team, in concert with the TFS team and a panel of customer reviewer
Thanks - this will be really helpfull.
I have a question on setting up TFS for multiple development teams. We're looking at setting up TFS but need to be able to configure separate dev teams and projects so that each team has little to no interaction with the other teams. Basically, isolating our development groups.
Is there anything I can read about configuring TFS for a large corporation with isolated dev teams? Or would it be best to do several separate installations of TFS.
Ballpark is 500 developers, 20-30 teams. Will eventually be over 3500 developers.
If you haven't see the myriad of posts about it, here is a link to the original post by J.D. Meier on...
Team Development TFS Guide The Patterns & Practices team's J.D. Meier posted that Beta 1 of the "Team
Hey J.D.! So proud of you-another fantastic job! Love you!