Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) in Visual Studio 2008 Web Seminar Series

Application lifecycle management is a comprehensive approach to envisioning, architecting, developing, deploying and maintaining a software solution. In this series, application lifecycle management will be examined from a number of perspectives, including the business analyst, project manager, architect, developer and tester.

Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) in Visual Studio 2008 Part 1 (Part : 1)

This session highlights Visual Studio Team System 2008 from the perspectives of business analysts and project managers. Topics include defining a vision statement, requirements gathering, and project management best practices.

On Demand | 60 minutes

Web Seminar | Level: Advanced

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Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) in Visual Studio 2008 Part 2 (Part : 2)

This session highlights Visual Studio Team System 2008 from an Architect’s perspective. Topics include value-up architectural design and best practices.

On Demand | 60 minutes

Web Seminar | Level: Advanced

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Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) in Visual Studio 2008 Part 3 (Part : 3)

Available On-Demand Starting on September 22nd! This session highlights Visual Studio Team System 2008 from a developer’s perspective. The power of value-up software development is showcased using the code quality tools provided by Visual Studio Team System Developer Edition.

On Demand | 60 minutes

Web Seminar | Level: Advanced

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Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) in Visual Studio 2008 Part 4 (Part : 4)

This session highlights Visual Studio Team System 2008 from a tester’s perspective. Value-up testing is demonstrated using the automated and manual testing tools of Visual Studio Team System Test Edition.

On Demand | 60 minutes

Web Seminar | Level: Advanced

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