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Visual Studio Team Services Workshop

Course Code: STT-VSTS
Length: 1 Day
Tuition: $398.00

Schedule for this Course

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Course Description:

This course is designed to give a working overview of Visual Studio Team Services (formerly Visual Studio Online).  Students will learn how to identify and/or use Visual Studio Team Services' many features, including: TFVC or Git, collaborating with teams, user stories, bugs, requirements, querying work items, continuous integration and continuous delivery.

At the end of this course, attendees will have an understanding of Visual Studio Team Services and its capabilities.  They will be able to successfully participate in a team project in the Visual Studio Team Services environment.  Students will also have an understanding of DevOps and Application Lifecycle Management.

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this class.  Attendees may include developers, project managers, stakeholders, build engineers, and administrators.  You do not need to be a developer to attend this class.  The class will cover multiple aspects of VSTS.

Course Outline:

TOPICS FOR THIS COURSE INCLUDE:

  • Overview of Team Services (What can I do with Team Services?)
  • Configuring your process
  • Team Projects and collaborating with the team
  • Planning and Tracking User Stories and requirements
  • Work items and queries
  • Tracking bugs
  • Boards and Dashboards
  • Working with Code using (TFVC or Git)
  • Overview of Continuous Build / Continuous Integration (CI/CD)
  • Testing

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