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Team Foundation Server is now for everyone! Team Foundation Server is an integral part of Microsoft′s Application Lifecycle Management suite for managing and delivering software projects. The 2013 update has opened up TFS for everyone by expanding capabilities to support iOS, MacOS, Android, and Java development. Professional Team Foundation Server 2013 covers the latest updates for Agile Project Management, Test–Case Management, Release Management, and shows new users the TFS workflow for managing and delivering products. The authors leverage their positions as MVP Microsoft insiders to guide you step–by–step through all things TFS, as well as help prepare you for the Team Foundation Server Certification Exam. Provides a broad overview of Team Foundation Server for developers, software project managers, testers, business analysts, and others wanting to learn how to use TFS Gives TFS administrators the tools they need to efficiently monitor and manage the TFS environment Covers core TFS functions including project management, work item tracking, version control, test case management, build automation, reporting Explains extensibility options and how to write extensions for TFS Helps certification candidates prepare for the Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2013 certification exam Professional Team Foundation Server 2013 is the ultimate guide to mastering this invaluable developer′s tool.

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A comprehensive guide to Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2013 Team Foundation Server has become the leading Microsoft productivity tool for software management, and this guide covers what developers need to know to use it effectively. Written by Microsoft insiders and MVPs, the book follows the tutorial style of Wroxs successful Professional guides. The 2013 release expands beyond the Microsoft developer community to include supporting iOS, MacOS, Android, and Java development. Offering a specific focus on the significant new features of the TFS 2013 release, the guide still provides step–by–step instructions for using TFS to manage and deliver software products in an enterprise. Professional Team Foundation Server 2013: Provides a broad overview of Team Foundation Server for developers, software project managers, testers, business analysts, and others wanting to learn how to use TFS Gives TFS administrators the tools they need to efficiently monitor and manage the TFS environment Covers core TFS functions including project management, work item tracking, version control, test case management, build automation, and reporting Explains support for Git version control. Helps certification candidates prepare for the Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2013 certification exam Wrox Professional guides are planned and written by working programmers to meet the real–world needs of programmers, developers, and IT professionals. Focused and relevant, they address the issues technology professionals face every day. They provide examples, practical solutions, and expert education in new technologies, all designed to help programmers do a better job. Programmer Forums Join our Programmer to Programmer forums to ask and answer programming questions about this book, join discussions on the hottest topics in the industry, and connect with fellow programmers from around the world. Code Downloads Take advantage of free code samples from this book, as well as code samples from hundreds of other books, all ready to use. Read More Find articles, e–books, sample chapters, and tables of contents for hundreds of books, and more reference resources on programming topics that matter to you.

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  • Broché: 912 pages
  • Editeur : John Wiley & Sons (1 juillet 2014)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1118836340
  • ISBN-13: 978-1118836347
  • Dimensions du produit: 18,8 x 4,1 x 23,5 cm
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Par MOHAND le 2 mai 2015
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It's realy a good book. we can find all what we need to use in TFS 2013. you will be happy with this book
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The Go-To book for TFS 2013 30 juillet 2014
Par E. Garcia - Publié sur
Format: Broché
This book, like previous versions, is packed full of great information that will help you whether you are just getting started with TFS or you are a seasoned professional.
The book covers important topics such as Version Control, Project Management, Build, and Administration. There were some major features added to TFS since the 2012 version and this book covers them thoroughly. It is important to note that the book covers both TFS 2013 and Visual Studio Online so whether you’ll be covered with both options.
I found that the 7 chapters covering version, both with Team Foundation Version Control and Git were very thorough and well-thought. The authors take you through version control basics with centralized and distributed version control, talk about best practices working with heterogeneous teams, migration plans, branching models, and common scenarios. With Git being so new to many people that have been on TFS for a while, I found these chapters super valuable and full of great information and guidance.
Project Planning is another part of TFS that got a lot of changes in 2013 and that was also thoroughly covered, including changes to the backlogs, portfolio management, team rooms, and ways to customize your views.
Chapter 20 on Release Management has a very good introduction to the new Release Management feature added in 2013. You can write a whole book on this topic and the authors did a good job at condensing enough information into one chapter to help the reader understand the capabilities of Release Management and how to get started, including system requirements and server topology.
The final section on Administration (chapters 21 through 29) continues to be a must-read for anyone responsible for administering TFS. The authors cover scalability and disaster recovery scenarios and then move on to best practices around security and server monitoring.
This is a really big book, at over 800 pages and it’s full of great stuff. It is organized in a way that you can jump directly to the section or chapter that will help you answer your questions. This should definitely be the go-to book for anyone looking to sharpen their TFS skills or to have great reference material at their fingertips.
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The product is so large that it can't be covered in detail in just one volume. 4 septembre 2014
Par J. Houwing - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Disclaimer: I received a free review copy of this book from the authors.

Over the years Team Foundation Server has kept expanding, it's a wonder that this book isn't shipped in a box and that it doesn't have 6 volumes to cover all the topics. Which brings me to the primary reason I've chosen not to award it 5 stars, but 4. The book tries to cover every bit of Team Foundation Server and some bits of Visual Studio and as such can't cover all of the area's with the care and depth they deserve. Because of that a number of chapters left me puzzled or not satisfied. My book case has a bunch of other books that cover these individual topics in much more depth, plus the book links to a lot of external resources, blog posts, magazine articles and MSDN docs.These at least help you find all the important items that are available out there.

Any reader, no matter how basic or advanced will find a couple of gems somewhere in this 900 page tome. It's a very valuable reference guide to using and administering Team Foundation Server. But it won't tell you everything you'll need to know to be an instant guru.

Let's go through the chapters...

The book takes you all the way from explaining the components of TFS, picking an installation type, sizing your hardware and getting TFS installed and finally connecting your client (Visual Studio or Eclipse) to it. If you're a long term user of TFS, you can probably skip these sections.

Then it dives into Source control and, new in this version, has a couple of dedicated sections on Git. While thorough in explaining many concepts, and offering a lot of options, I felt that it could have been very helpful to provide beginners with some sort of cook book to guide them through the most important decisions. A lot of space is taken up by all the screenshots that take you through the steps, which are very helpful to a new user, but as advanced user I was hoping some of that space would be used for some pro tips and tricks to make life easier. Luckily there are plenty of links to external resources, such as the ALM Rangers Version Control Guides. The section on working with non-visual studio team members is very helpful for team in that situation.

Next is a short section on Work Item Tracking and Process templates, probably a topic that could fill a 500 page book in itself. Concepts like custom controls are introduced, but not really explained. Especially the fact that custom controls are specific to Web Access, Visual Studio Version and Eclipse, would be an important thing to include.The book doesn't really cover the proper use of the different process templates that ship out of the box, you'll need to find that information elsewhere.

Then a couple of really short topics on teams, reporting, and project server fly by. Good to know that it's there, but one needs to dive deeper elsewhere to really learn how these items work.

By now we're in chapter 17 and dive into a solid section on Team Build and Release Management.Covering all the main concepts of Team Build and a short overview on MsBuild. For more details on this topic I can really recommend the book Inside the "Microsoft Build Engine: Using MsBuild and Team Foundation Build". The sections on Release Manager explain how to setup the Release Management Server and very quickly explain the different tasks and workflow actions that ship with the product. Enough to give you an global understanding, but by far not enough to allow you to build a release workflow for a reasonably complex project.

Then we dive into a whole bunch of Administration topics, from scaling and recovering your TFS server to monitoring, upgrades and finally customizing your server. In this section you'll also find a few pages on Microsoft Test Manager and a lot on Lab Management. The book ends with a very short chapter that gives you a couple of pointers to extending Team Foundation server.

As you can see, the book covers all the nooks and crannies of TFS using almost 900 pages and it weighs a ton, but after reading it cover to cover you'll probably be left with a lot of question that you'll need to research in other books and in the online resources.
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Great reference book for TFS 21 juin 2014
Par T. Menegay - Publié sur
Format: Broché
If your job is setting up and maintaining a TFS, you absolutely need this book. The setup and administration guidance provided is excellent. If you are just a "user" of TFS, this is still a very useful book to have, and you can skip the chapters more related to setup and administration. The knowledge level of the authors shows readily in the topics. If this book has a fault, it is that it might have too much information for the average user, so you'll have to skip some sections/chapters. That's a small price to pay for the information contained herein.
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Excellent Book on TFS2013 22 juillet 2014
Par monu111 - Publié sur
Format: Broché
This is one of the best books I have read so far on TFS 2013. It's written by the experts on the subject and provides great value and understanding for anyone looking to get into this space. I love the fact that every chapter in the book was given great thought and covered extensively. This is one place where you can go and learn almost everything you need to know about tfs2013 feature set.

Thanks guys for an incredible work on this book.
An excellent back-end guide on decison-making and implementation 27 janvier 2015
Par Winter - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I love the way this book lays out the entirety of Team Foundation Server 2013, but it should be noted that the focus is more towards those first steps of getting it going. There are lots of very useful sections about what TFS is, how you should configure the environment based on the size of your organization, and how to configure TFS for your organization. But then we get into some really good deep-dive material that's aimed at helping you make decisions: the authors describe the options and what they mean, and then they also provide suggestions as to when to choose which one. I'm thinking in particular of the sections on Version Control and Project Management, but there's also a very useful chapter on Release Management that covers the topic fairly end-to-end.

One thing I like in particular is they address some very real-world scenarios, such as using TFS with Eclipse, or migrating from Visual Source Safe or Eclipse. Third-party tools and some of the options you have in integrating with them are very worthwhile reading if your shop uses them.

Team Foundation Server can be a massive undertaking. If you're new to it, you should take it one step at a time. Professional Team Foundation Server 2013 does a good job of walking you through those steps. It can guide you not just in making important decisions about how to use TFS, but also in the mechanics of getting your TFS environment up and running.
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