Chapter 1. TFS and the practice of software development

This chapter covers

Visual Studio Team System 2008 (VSTS) is Microsoft’s application lifecycle management (ALM) platform for managing the end-to-end software development process. It’s a vast product with wide-ranging capabilities. VSTS first debuted in 2005, with incremental improvements added in 2008, and contains both general purpose as well as role-based capabilities. The platform can be extended as needed. Given how geographically distributed, technically complex, and strategically important enterprise software projects have become, I feel that VSTS deserves a careful look with regard to solving ...

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