ALM with Team Foundation Server 2010

This course provides the fundamentals on Team Foundation Server 2010 as an Application Life-cycle Management tool.
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(112)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Mar 26, 2012
Duration
3h 59m
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Description
Course info
Rating
(112)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Mar 26, 2012
Duration
3h 59m
Description

This course provides the fundamentals on Team Foundation Server 2010 as an Application Life-cycle Management tool. This course will introduce you to the process templates and team project resources that describe how you work. It will talk about how to use the work items to manage the details of your work and how to use version control manage the assets of your projects. This course covers the following PMBOK® Process Groups: Planning, Executing, Monitoring and Controlling. This course covers the following PMBOK® Knowledge Areas: Project Integration Management, Project Time Management, Project Quality Management, Project Human Resource Management, Project Communications Management.

About the author
About the author

John Brown is a Software Craftsman continually looking for intuitive designs, agile architectures, and streamlined processes. With degrees in Computer Science from Johns Hopkins and Aerospace Engineering from Purdue, John is always up for a challenge, especially in his areas of interest in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Projects and Process
John Brown: Hi. This is John Brown, and welcome to this module on projects and process. In this module, we're going to talk about how we get the project started in team foundation server. Where do we start? What do we do? One of first things we're going to need to do is establish what a process template is. Which process template do we need to use? Where do I put the project, into which collection? What is the security that I need to establish for this project? These are all the beginning pieces of just getting the project started and opening it up to the world.

Work Items
Hello, this is John Brown and welcome to this module on work items within Team Foundation Server. In this module, we're going to talk about what makes up the work items themselves. What is the anatomy of a work item? When I say a work item, do I mean simply a user story of work to be done or do I mean a task? We're going to walk through that and really understand what work items are in Team Foundation Server. We're going to talk about the concept of templates and the ability to fill out work items quickly and easily based on a predefined set of criteria. We're also going to talk about queries and how to get the work items back out of Team Foundation Server in a quick and logical way using some simple querying tools. We're also going to talk about how we get notified through alerts when a work item has changed, a value is changed within the work item or a work item has been changed in state. And we're going to briefly talk about the Microsoft Office clients that will help us get those work items in and out of Team Foundation Server.