Understanding Team Foundation Server (TFS) Pricing

I used to think Team Foundation Server was expensive. As it turns out, it is very affordable and sometimes free. There are three different versions of TFS: Team Foundation Server, Team Foundation Server Express Edition and Visual Studio Online. TFS Express Pricing TFS Express is a free, and can be downloaded here and installed on […]
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Managing Projects with Team Foundation Server (TFS)

Recently at Learning Tree, we wrote a training course on Team Foundation Server (course 1816, Agile Software Development with Team Foundation Server). It seemed natural to use TFS to manage the course writing process. Creating the Team Project We used the online version of TFS, called Visual Studio Online to manage this project. Visual Studio […]
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Setting Up a Continuous Integration Server with Team Foundation Server (TFS)

What is Continuous Integration? The goal of continuous integration is to allow developers to check in their code, compile it, run the tests, and deploy the application all in a single step. To accomplish this goal a number of things must be setup. First, a version control system. Programmers check their work into the source […]
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Attending the APMG-Sponsored Webinar about Integrating Agile into PRINCE2 on October 31?

Why be traditional with  your PRINCE2 project management methodology when you can integrate agile methods within your approach and enhance your project success?  Sure seems like agile methods and frameworks are increasing in popularity as organizations and individuals seek increased flexibility when managing their projects and change initiatives. According to the experts, agile approaches are […]
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“Agile” Cloud Computing

Agile I often see the word “Agile” associated with cloud computing. That’s a word I know well. I wrote a class on Agile Programming, and I teach XP and SCRUM. I believe I’m Agile in my projects. But what does it really mean? For some, “agile” is just a tactful way of saying “get it […]
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