This five-day immersion course is designed to get your entire team working efficiently with Microsoft’s Application Lifecycle Management solution based around Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2018. The course is divided into different topics on each of the days to help you gain a complete understanding of the features and capabilities of Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2018.
This class is designed for individuals or complete development teams who need to learn how to use Visual Studio 2017 and Team Foundation Server 2018 for Agile software development. This course covers team development, managing projects, Agile development, Agile testing and DevOps.
This course can also be taught onsite at your facilities and can be customized to meet the needs of your specific team members. This course includes hands-on labs to reinforce practical skills and ensure you’re ready to use the tools on your return to your workplace.
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At the completion of this course, attendees will be able to:
This class is designed for all team members looking to effectively use the team-oriented features provided by Microsoft Visual Studio 2017 and Team Foundation Server 2018. This includes developers, testers, business analysts, and build and release staff.
Attendees should be familiar with the needs of a software development team and the basic processes they would follow. Familiarity with Visual Studio and the basic use of Team Foundation Server would be a benefit.
Day One: Team Development
Module 1.1: Introducing the Microsoft Visual Studio family
Module 1.2: Initiating a New Project
Module 1.3: A Closer Look at Work Items
Day Two: Managing Agile Projects
Module 2.1: Creating Our Product Backlog
Module 2.2: Agile Estimation
Module 2.3: Working from the Product Backlog
Module 2.4: Working in Sprints
Module 2.5: Tracking progress with Dashboards and reports
Day Three: Agile Development
Module 3.1: TFS Version Control Concepts
Module 3.2: Using Team Foundation Version Control
Module 3.3: Configuring an Effective Version Control Environment
Module 3.4: Effective Branching and Merging
Module 3.5: Unit Testing and Code Quality Tools
Day Four: Agile Testing
Module 4.1: Creating Your First Test Plan
Module 4.2: Authoring a Manual Test Case
Module 4.3: Executing Test Cases
Module 4.4: Raising and Verifying Bugs
Module 4.5: Exploratory Testing
Day Five: Build and Release
Module 5.1: Configuring your build environment
Module 5.2: Automating Builds
Module 5.3: Defining a Release Workflow for On-Premises Servers
Module 5.4: Automating Functional and Performance Tests