SImon Gotlib (2010) Using Microsoft Team Foundation Server for project management. EngD thesis.
The BA thesis includes a presentation of Team Foundation Server. Microsoft Team Foundation Server is a set of tools, processes and guidelines that enable a better communication between the employees and better project overview. It provides the tools needed for planning, developing and testing the program code in one place. Key phases of the Team Foundation Server are source control, work item tracking, project management, code building management and reporting. These phases are described in the theoretical part and presented using a practical example of the application building process from the beginning to the end. Based on the selected option (event area), the application Pregledovalnik dogodkov reads all the information from the Event Viewer component and displays it to the user. Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 was used for the implementation of the application, and C# for programming the code. The empirical part of the thesis also includes the comparison of Team Foundation Server and Subversion which is an open source system. Advantages and disadvantages of both systems, the comparison of the properties common to both systems as well as my own opinion on Team Foundation Server and Subversion are also presented. The study of Team Foundation Server proved this server is the best choice for application development. Team Foundation Server has all that is needed for a simple, high-quality application development.
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