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Our TFS for Developers training course is expert-led and focuses on Visual Studio and associated tools including Team Foundation Server (TFS) to provide Application Life-cycle Management. Visual Studio and TFS tools are introduced which support an Agile process before considering tools for team working. Source Control techniques will be explored using TFS Source Control and Git. Tools for Testing will be explored and their integration with Team Projects.
Visual Studio Support for ALM
Team Foundation Server
Project Process (Agile Processes!)
Source Control Explorer
TFS Source Control vs Git
Workspaces (local and server)
Atomic Check-ins (Check-in Policies)
Branching and Merging
Using Work Items
Approaches to Testing
Testing vs. Debugging
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