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TFS Training for All

Microsoft’s Visual Studio Team Foundation Server enables teamwork across development projects, tracking changes and automating some tasks to keep team members in communication. Other helpful features include project artifact tracking, such as requirements, source code, bugs and test results.
Despite the obvious advantages of such a system, some team members may not be familiar with some of its uses, impairing overall productivity.
QuickLearn provides Visual Studio TFS 2013 and 2015 training targeted to varying levels of familiarity with the system and job roles. QuickLearn uses a hands-on approach to learning, even in its online classes, ensuring that lessons learned in the ‘classroom’ continue to be an asset to team members over time.

Class topics for Visual Studio TFS 2013 include, but are not limited to: Build, Release and Monitor Software for new developers, ALM Solutions for intermediate-level teams, Software Testing for intermediate-level testers and Test Automation, Web Performance and Load Testing for advanced developers.

Visual Studio TFS 2015 courses include the same topics taught in the TFS 2013 classes, as well as others such as: DevOps for new developers, Git and TFVC Fundamentals for new developers, Agile Project Management for intermediate-level project managers and Developer Enterprise Features for advanced developers.

New-to-product- and intermediate-level classes are between two and five days in duration, while the advanced classes are only two days, and all classes are available in-person or online. And, as always, alumni of courses completed within the past six months may elect to retread their class free of charge.