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New Team System Virtual Lab: Change Management with Team Foundation Server

New Team System Virtual Lab: Change Management with Team Foundation Server

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There's a new virtual lab in the Team System section of MSDN Virtual Labs that covers Change Management with Team Foundation Server

In this lab:

  • VSTFS enables developers to handle change at an individual level by letting them isolate themselves from outside changes
  • VSTFS enables a team to leverage best practices with process frameworks templates and automated guidance and provides you with ready-to-use industry recognized best practices like MSF and SCRUM
  • VSTFS offers an integrated work environment designed for change management in teams with a variety of roles
  • VSTFS source control system integrates information and artifacts in a safe and secure centralized location
  • Team Foundation Work Item Tracking system enables to maintain efficiency by ensuring that developers are focused on the most critical work items
  • The integration of Team Foundation System enables you to take the overhead out of traceability and collaboration
  • Team Foundation Build improves quality everyday by regularly integrating your team’s work together
  • Team Foundation Build reporting capabilities enables you to identify issues including bottlenecks early on by taking a team-wide view of your progress
Take this lab

Source: Virtual Labs Home: Microsoft® Visual Studio® Team System


  • There's a cool new offering on MSDN now that enables people to give TFS a try without having to deal

  • I am going try this out tonite. I was wondering if there is a place MS has documented the different build scenarios - like referencing external libraries, sharing code (reusable components) across Team Projects, etc. I would like to see virtual lab for the same if possible as it would enable VSS administrators learn to convert their build scripts to TFS.

  • Mark D'Urso on MSDN Wiki. michal.Log on Tracing in TFS MSSCI Provider. Tim Murphy on Book Review:...

  • Maybe this is old news to you. Certainly Rob and Brian have posted about it before. But since I'm still

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