Yesterday was a long day that ended on a great note – the Omaha Team System User Group meeting. Mike Douglas, from Deliveron Consulting Services, presented on Installing and Configuring Team Foundation Server 2008. Here is the synopsis:
This presentation provides an overview of TFS 2008 and demonstrates best practices, lessons learned, and “gotchas” installing and configuring TFS 2008. The overview explains the architecture and components of Team Foundation Server 2008 and recommended server configurations. The demonstrations will include using the Best Practice Analyzer, setting user permissions and using the TFS Admin Tool, and creating and configuring a team project from start to finish. The configuration process will include recommended settings, source control folder structure, and creating appropriate notification. The presentation will conclude with techniques and lessons learned for troubleshooting problems with installations.
Mike covered a lot of information in an hour and 45 minutes answering lots of questions along the way.
The meeting was co-sponsored between Farm Credit Services of America and Deliveron Consulting Services. Deliveron provided the food and some great giveaways (including an Xbox 360, TFS books, and some gift certificates).
The slide deck from last night’s presentation is available here.