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v3.2 - Version Control Guidance

Rating:        Based on 3 ratings
Reviewed:  2 reviews
Downloads: 56416
Released: Mar 16, 2015
Updated: Oct 2, 2015 by wschaub
Dev status: Stable Help Icon


Documentation TFS Version Control Part 1 - Branching Strategies.pdf
documentation, 3685K, uploaded Mar 12, 2015 - 31667 downloads
Documentation TFS Version Control Part 2 - TFVC Gems.pdf
documentation, 1630K, uploaded Mar 12, 2015 - 8927 downloads
Documentation TFS Version Control Part 3 - Dependency Management with NuGet.pdf
documentation, 1282K, uploaded Mar 12, 2015 - 7488 downloads
Documentation TFS Version Control Part 4 - Git for TFVC Users.pdf
documentation, 1590K, uploaded Jul 28, 2015 - 3129 downloads
documentation, 18692K, uploaded Oct 2, 2015 - 5205 downloads

Release Notes

Welcome to the Version Control Guides

What is new?
  • A new crisper, more compact style, which is easier to consume on multiple devices without sacrificing any content.
  • Updated content aligned with the latest Visual Studio technologies and incorporating feedback from the readers of the previous releases.
  • Separate guides for Branching scenarios, TFVC Gems, Dependency Management using NuGet, and Git for the TFVC User.
  • Illustrations and Posters are included in the Everything Zip package

Quality-Bar Details
  • Documentation has been reviewed by Visual Studio ALM Rangers
  • Documentation has been through an independent technical review
  • Documentation has been copy-edited.

Known Issues / Bugs
  • Git for TFVC Users guide is a BETA Preview.

Reviews for this release

I participated of the development of the previous two versions and I must say that this by far that this version has been the most useful of the ALM Rangers deliverables. It pretty much has helped me bring better branching and merging practices to a wider audience that previous versions, thanks to its broader scope.
by clemmend on Oct 26, 2014 at 12:36 AM
Great new format with user friendly branching scenarios. Looking forward to the RTM version of all eBooks :) Thanks for great guidance!
by bits_n_bytes on May 7, 2014 at 2:46 AM