In complex software projects, managing the development process can be as critical to success as writing the code itself. A project may involve dozens of developers, managers, architects, testers, and customers, hundreds of builds, and thousands of opportunities to get off-track. To keep tabs on the people, tasks, and components of a medium- to large-scale project, most teams use a development system that allows for easy monitoring, follow-up, and accountability. qTeam Foundation Server 2008 in Actionq is a hands-on guide to Team Foundation Server 2008. Written for developers with a good handle on TFS basics, this book shows you how to solve real-life problems. It's not a repetition of Microsoft's product documentation. qTeam Foundation Server 2008 in Actionq is a practitioner's handbook for how to work with TFS under common constraints. This book walks you through real-life software engineering problems based on hundreds of hours of TFS experience.7.6.2 the build directory, you synchronize the files in TFVC and in the build directory. Assuming youa#39;re using a single build machine (as ... After the initial download, the submission service keeps the files in sync. In large projects, downloadinganbsp;...
|Title||:||Team Foundation Server 2008 in Action|
|Publisher||:||Manning Publications - 2008-11-01|