Learn to use Visual Studio, Visual Studio Online, Application Insights and Team
Foundation Server to decrease rework, increase transparency into your application and increase the rate at which
you can ship high quality software throughout the application lifecycle
Never ceases to amaze me how some of our community rock stars are able to discover and do so much with almost no contact with the Team Foundation Server development team…And just to make sure this phenomena doesn’t make sense; there also seems to be an inverse relationship with these folks and their remoteness! In either case from my interactions with Gordon and knowing some of the books inspiration came from another community icon, Tiago Pascoal, Gordon’s soon to be available book: “Team Foundation Server 2013 Customization” will definitely be on my wish list!
About the author: Gordon Beeming
Gordon Beeming is an energetic and passionate person who always strives to find ways to increase and improve the productivity and friendliness of the systems he works with. He has been a software developer for a little over five years. In this time, he has also gained strong experience in TFS and is a part of the ALM Rangers. He currently works for Derivco, which is a very unique company to work for, based in Durban, South Africa.
Chapter 2: Increasing Web Access Usability
Chapter 3: Enhancing Work Items with Custom Controls
Chapter 4: Creating Server Plugins
Chapter 5: Creating TFS Scheduled Jobs
Chapter 6: Customizing a TFS Build Process