Since the official release of Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2013 in November we’ve been testing our newest course updates and we’re pleased to be launching our new 2013 courses at the end of this month.
If you either working with, or thinking of working with Microsoft’s latest release then you should take a look at the following courses.
- Jan 27-29 TFS 2013 Configuration and Administration
- Jan 30-31 TFS 2013 Developer Fundamentals
- Feb 3-7 ALM Solutions using Visual Studio TFS 2013
- Feb 10-11 Managing Projects with Visual Studio TFS 2013
- Feb 12-14 Software Testing with Visual Studio 2013
You can find out more and register for these course on our dedicated TFS 2013 page.
We’re also planning on releasing an additional three TFS 2013 related courses in the coming months.
The Release Candidates (RC) for Visual Studio 2013 and Team Foundation Server 2013 are now available for download from the MSDN Library. These new releases bring a suite of new and enhanced capabilities to help your development team succeed.
Some of my favorite new features, in no particular order, include;
- Code Lens (Code indicators right in your code)
- Browser Link (Awesome for web developers)
- Agile portfolio management (Hierarchical requirements in TFS)
- GIT support for on-premise TFS (More options in case GIT is your VC of choice)
- Team Room (A great place for team collaboration)
- Enhanced web based Test Case Management
To coincide with the official launch of Visual Studio 2013 and Team Foundation Server 2013, QuickLearn will be launching a new and expanded training curriculum next month. Our content developers have been busily validating our new content against the RC release in anticipation of our biggest TFS curriculum upgrade since we started delivering TFS training over 4 years ago.
Keep an eye out for our next newsletter which will provide details for eight VS/TFS2013 courses including brand new self-paced, online courses as well as our popular live courses.