Indianapolis Event – TFS 2008 Build and Source Control Deep Dive
Source Control and Build: Easing Into Team Foundation Server
Enterprise Developers need ways to collaborate on complex projects. A team portal, task tracking, source control, build management, and business intelligence all help to deliver better-quality software on time and under budget. Microsoft’s Team Foundation Server (TFS) provides these capabilities and more, but it may be difficult to get started with such a powerful platform. That’s the reason for this session.
Software Development expert Mark Strawmyer of Microsoft Gold-Certified Partner Crowe and Angela Binkowski, Microsoft Developer Tools Technical Specialist are hosting this half-day session that will help you “ease into” TFS with source control and build. By starting small and building up, we guarantee you’ll start to see results.
Wednesday June 24, 2009 9am - noon
Parkwood Business Park, Bldg 4500 E. 96th, Suite 460
Indianapolis, IN 46240
INVITATION CODE: 879314
· Team Foundation Server Brief Overview
· Advanced Source Control
Who Should Attend
This discussion is for Application Developers and Development Managers who are interested in learning more about beginning use in TFS and the impact derived from Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) solutions.