Managing Team Foundation Server at Orlando IT Pro Camp

Next month, on January 21st, I will be speaking at the Orlando IT Pro Camp.  My session will cover “Managing Team Foundation Server”, here is the abstract:

“Your company decided to adopt Team Foundation Server and now it’s your job to manage it and make sure that it’s always available and you can restore it if the need comes up.
Come and learn about the different technologies used by TFS, the tools that you will need to manage and administer it, and best practices to keep your installation running smoothly.”

You can check out the session information here, view the schedule here, and register here

There is also a write-up on the AgileThought website, here.

Wondering what an “IT Pro Camp” is? 
IT Pro Camps are a free, one day learning event for anyone seeking professional development. This community event serves IT professionals and students with a focus on IT Pro related technologies. IT Pro Camps offer a conference style learning environment free of charge to attendees and is open to presenters of all backgrounds and expertise. We encourage our local Sponsors to participate in their local IT Pro Camps!

Location

Saturday Jan 21st 2012

ITT
Suite 100
8301 Southpark Cir
Orlando, FL 32819

About esteban

Esteban is the Founder and Chief Technologist at Nebbia Technology, an ALM consulting and Azure-powered technology company. He is a software developer with a passion for ALM, TFS, Azure, and software development best practices. Esteban is a Microsoft Visual Studio ALM MVP and ALM Ranger, Pluralsight author, and the president of ONETUG (Orlando .NET User Group).

2 thoughts on “I’m on Radio TFS # 103!

  1. Renato Bento

    Thank you,
    this really helped me out!
    I was on a hard path trying to parse this parameters as a XmlDoc.

  2. Jorge Sanchez

    Hey I being using your code to accomplish the same thing but I never work with TFS before, I think I got it to the part that I could pass the ProjectFilePath and NewAssemblyName, but I not sure how to pass the Workspace InArgument do you have an example of how do I specify this on MsBuild?

    BTW i also change

    var workspace = context.GetValue(this.Workspace);
    to
    var workspace = (Workspace)context.GetValue(Workspace);

    is this correct?

    Thank you very much


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