Working with TFS 2015 Dev and QA focused
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Working with TFS 2015 Dev and QA focused

Learn Team Foundation Server 2015 from ground up
4.0 (174 ratings)
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2,062 students enrolled
Created by Mr Karthik KK
Last updated 4/2016
English
Price: $35
30-Day Money-Back Guarantee
Includes:
  • 3 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Understand what Team Foundation Server 2015 is
  • Install and Configure TFS 2015 in their local environment
  • Work with TFS 2015 build system
  • Work with TFS 2015 vNext build definition
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Requirements
  • Basic understanding of CI
  • Basic understanding of visual studio IDE
Description

Working with TFS 2015 Dev and QA focused course is designed in such a way that anyone with Zero knowledge in TFS can start learning it and understand how powerful and robust TFS is compared to any other tool available in market.

Team Foundation Server provides a set of collaboration tools that work with your existing IDE or editor, so your team can work effectively on software projects of all shapes and sizes

TFS is more of a

  • Version control system
  • Requirement management system
  • Project Management system
  • Automated build management system
  • Testing and release management system 
  • All, the above is otherwise called as Application Lifecycle Management System

With vNext build definition introduced in Team foundation server 2015, it is now much easier to create build definition steps via GUI interface in TFS 2015 web compared to XAML build definition used in previous versions of TFS.

Who is the target audience?
  • This course is designed for both QA and Dev
  • This course is also much suited for Dev Ops
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Curriculum For This Course
17 Lectures
02:54:37
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Installing, Configuring and Working with TFS 2015
8 Lectures 01:34:12
Part 3 -- Installing and Configuring TFS 2015
13:56

Part 4 -- Understanding & creating Team project and collection in TFS
11:38

Part 5 -- First Check-In and Check-out with TFS 2015
13:25

Part6 -- Introduction to TFS 2015 Web
06:52

Part 7 -- Roles and Permissions in TFS 2015
15:33

Part 8 -- Understanding and creating work items in TFS (Part A)
15:10

Part 9 -- Understanding and creating work items in TFS (Part B)
09:57

Part 10 -- Creating Work Items in TFS Web 2015
07:41
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TFS 2015 Build System
6 Lectures 01:02:51
Part 11 -- Understanding builds in TFS 2015
10:23

Part 12 -- Setting environment ready for XAML build in TFS
05:26

Part 13 -- Creating XAML build definition and executing in TFS 2015
15:09

Part14 -- Installing Agent pool and Queue for vNext build in TFS 2015
12:37

Part15-- Creating and executing build definition in vNext with TFS 2015
12:59

Part16 -- Running Unit Test from build definition with TFS 2015
06:17
About the Instructor
Mr Karthik KK
4.3 Average rating
3,229 Reviews
43,711 Students
17 Courses
Software Architect, Consultant and Youtuber

I am Karthik K.K. I do consulting, blogging and researching on various different tools and technologies which inspires my interest. I have been into Software Automation Testing for over 10+ years now and my interest in learning new stuffs which enables automation has never been compromised.

Due to my passion in automation testing I got fully exposed to tools and languages like

Desktop & Web : QTP, Selenium, Specflow, VS Coded UI, Ranorex ,Test Complete and Cucumber
Mobile : Appium, Robotium,Calabash, Espresso, Selendroid
Languages : C#, Java, Ruby, Powershell, Javascript, VBScript 
Cloud Tools : Azure, Dockers
Misc Tools: Mockito, Rest-assured, Bound-Box,FluentAutomation
Interested in: MVC, Entity framework, LINQ, Fakes, Distributed deployment, SAAS