As promised to the participants of the ALM Roadshow today in Gent, I’ve uploaded the slides I presented :
- Planning your team’s work with VSTS
- Source Control done the right way with TFS
- Test your code in variouw ways with VSTS
Note that these presentations target Visual Studio Team System 2008 (current technology) and not yet the new upcoming release of Visual Studio Team System 2010.
I’ve also uploaded the Product Guide for Visual Studio Team System 2008. This may be interesting for example to know which feature belongs to which client edition of Visual Studio Team System. I always get a lot of questions concerning this topic …
Another general question I got concerning licenses : is it required to have a Client Access License (CAL) to connect to a Team Foundation Server Workgroup Edition? Also taken from the product guide :
Workgroup Edition is provided with Visual Studio Team System 2008 Client Products with MSDN Premium Subscriptions. In addition, CALs are not required for accessing Workgroup Edition.
Feel free to contact me would you require further information!
Update [June 18, 2009]
Video screencasts of the sessions have been uploaded on MSDN Chopsticks :