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This course serves as an introduction to Ghost by showing how to set it up, install it, customize the default theme, and write your own theme. This course builds from no knowledge and ends with a good understanding of what you will need to customize the blog for your needs.
This course covers the Team Foundation Server 2013 New Features. Changes to work items now support Portfolio Management as well as Project Management. Changes to support collaboration allow more information through Team Rooms, Work Item Charts, and Lightweight code commenting. Git support is covered as well as branching and merging. The new testing features of Web Access are covered augmenting what is already available in Microsoft Test Manager.
Team Foundation server is a powerful tool in the software development life-cycle. It has come a long way from just source control and builds. Every analyst, tester, manager, and developer consultant will at some time need to manage their own work as well as the work of the team. We'll look at how to manage that work using the new features of TFS 2012. We'll look at managing the backlog of work, writing our own work item queries, visualizing the work through kanban, and managing the tasks through agile task management. We'll also look at how we can leverage desktop clients using Microsoft Office to access TFS.
This course walks through how some basic and some advanced Visual Studio tools can be enhanced by integrating them into Team Foundation Server. As they tools are integrated, how the team uses the tools changes, especially due to the increased communication between team members. This course will show how to perform the integration and some of the benefits of the integration of Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server.
This course provides the fundamentals on Team Foundation Server 2010 as an Application Life-cycle Management tool. This course will introduce you to the process templates and team project resources that describe how you work. It will talk about how to use the work items to manage the details of your work and how to use version control manage the assets of your projects.
There is a powerhouse of capabilities that are already sitting on most users desktops. Using Visual Studio Tools for Office, you can develop Add-Ins and Document Customizations that can add complex functionality to your users favorite applications. Allow them to interact with databases, services, external libraries, and many, many more. This course shows you how to get started developing an end-to-end solution using VSTO.
The design patterns library contains descriptions and examples of software design patterns that you can apply in your daily development. These patterns are time proven techniques for building long-lived, well factored software that are widely used in software development today. Unlike other courses in our library, this course will continue to grow with new patterns each month, so check back often.
As a complete Application Lifecycle Management solution, Team Foundation Server is no longer used only by developers. Several features of TFS are used by non-technical team members like Project Managers, Business Analysts, Product Owners and departmental managers. This course teaches concepts and usage of TFS 2010 with detail and language suitable for non-technical team members, and a level of detail appropriate to anyone needing an overview of the platform's capabilities.