TFS for VSS Users - 1/2 day training in Sydney

I got this note from Sarah Webb at Readify today - looks like a good way to spend half a day if you’re looking to move from Visual Source Safe to a more modern source control system (and get a heap of additional goodness thrown in)

Readify Dev Day:

TFS for VSS Users…

Since 2005, Team Foundation Server (TFS) has been providing integrated version control, work management and build capabilities. The release of TFS 2010 builds on the foundations formed in the earlier 2005 and 2008 products and focuses on lowering the barrier of entry for teams wanting to get the maximum benefit from TFS with minimal implementation fuss.

Come along to this half day RDN Dev Day event to learn what is involved in getting TFS up and running in your development team. Presented by Readify Senior Consultant and Visual Studio ALM MVP, Stephen Godbold.


During this session, Stephen will be covering:

  • What you need to know to deploy and utilise the basic functions of TFS including how to implement version control, build and work management.
  • The roadmap of what greater deployment/integration will bring, along with the business value this delivers.
  • A look at the migration path from Visual Source Safe to Team Foundation Server.


Date: Friday 29 April 2011

Location: Cliftons | 190 George Street, SYDNEY

Duration: Half Day (including light refreshments)

Times: AM Session: 9am – 12pm OR PM Session: 2pm – 5pm

For more information, and to register, go to the Readify site.