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Seminars on TFS

 

Tech Ed - TFS Hosting Mainframe code bases:    Microsoft    [Aug 2007]

  We are familiar with Team Foundation Server (TFS) and the value it adds in Windows platform development projects. However, can we utilize TFS to host and build codebases in ‘non Microsoft’ environments? More specifically, can we use TFS to host and build mainframe COBOL codebase? We will answer this question with practical ‘real life’ solutions from one of the largest integration projects in Australia. We will initiate the session with a brief comparison of TFS and IBM Rational Clearcase functionally and how TFS adds value in the enterprise space. This is followed-up by an overview of MSSCCI Interface and how we can implement it to communicate with non MS products. Then we will discuss 'Check in' and 'Check out' procedures of the mainframe code. We will walk you through generating “Build Reports” by implementing the code migration process through custom TFSBuild Types. We will also discuss how to track errors / exceptions from the mainframe so that they are seamlessly handled by TFS build. All these concepts will be followed up by practical demonstrations to share our real life experiences. ..........

 

How TFS assists in Enterprise software development:    Aus tax    [Mar 2007]

  The scope for this presentation is to address, how TFS facilitate the full software development lifecycle, tracking requirements though the life cycle of the project, defect tracking, automated builds, testing, changing roles of individuals (i.e. developers becoming testers), source code control and checking policies. ..........


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