Team Foundation Server 2017 Developer Foundations (Git or TFVC)

Team Foundation Server 2017 Developer Foundations (Git or TFVC)

Course Length:
Delivery Methods: Available for private class only
Course Topics
  • Learn about Visual Studio 2017 editions and features.
  • Compare TFS and Visual Studio Online (VSO).
  • Plan and create team projects .
  • Select an appropriate process template.
  • Manage team projects using Team Explorer.
  • Configure a team project for their team's needs.
  • Create, query, and manage work items.
  • Use Team Web Access (TWA) as a TFS client.
  • Use TWA's Agile planning tools.
  • Configure alerts and notifications.
  • Collaborate with others inside a Team Room.
  • Use Microsoft Office as TFS client.
  • Create work item charts and reports.
Course Overview

In this Team Foundation Server 2017 Developer Foundations training course, students will learn to plan, create, configure and manage team projects, to create and manage work items and queries, to plan and track work, to automate the build process and more.

Note: This course can be delivered using either Git or TFVC (Team Foundation Version Control).

This course is intended for anyone who uses Visual Studio to develop applications as part of a team. Attendees should be comfortable using a current version of Windows and be able to read and understand C# code.

Course Outline
  1. Team Projects
    1. Visual Studio editions and ALM features
    2. Team projects and team project collections
    3. Configure security, team, areas, and iterations
    4. Plan, rename, and delete team projects
    5. Manage using Team Explorer and the web portal
  2. Version Control
    1. Set up and use TFS version control system
    2. Basic and advanced workflows
    3. Associate a work item during check-in
    4. Create labels and shelvesets
    5. Branch and merge code effectively
  3. Work Items and Queries
    1. Create, link, query, and manage work items
    2. Chart, tag, and report work items
    3. Configure alerts and notifications
    4. Use
    5. web portal, MS Excel, and MS Project
  4. Ensuring Code Quality
    1. Create, run, and refactor C# unit tests
    2. Calculate Code Coverage
    3. Use Code Metrics and Code/Code Clone Analysis
    4. Conduct a Code Review
  5. Planning and Tracking Work
    1. Create and manage a product backlog
    2. Plan and track work during a sprint
    3. Use Agile backlog and Kanban board
    4. Execute and track work using the task board
  6. Automating the Build Process
    1. Overview of the build system
    2. Create and queue a build
    3. Monitor and manage the build process
    4. Automate testing and other code quality checks
Class Materials

Each student in our Live Online and our Onsite classes receives a comprehensive set of materials, including course notes and all the class examples.

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