The mad man with the camera is still at it.  Today Brian released four more videos –today focused on Team Foundation Server Project management and Processes.

His goal is to have 20 by the end of the week! So if you haven’t visited Channel9 lately now is the time.

 

  • Enterprise Project Management with Visual Studio Team System 2010

    Ameya Bhatawdekar, a program manager for Team Foundation Server, took a few minutes to take us through the end-to-end storyboards for how Team Foundation Server 2010 will integrate with Microsoft Project Server to enable true enterprise-wide collaboration. Note that this is not a demo of working software (yet), but it's the next best thing - a detailed storyboard walkthrough of mocked-up screenshots. This "Humanized Screencast" is best viewed at fullscreen using the high-quality WMV…

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  • Requirements Management and Traceability with Visual Studio Team System 2010

    How can you ensure that a requirement has been sufficiently tested? How do you track the work that goes into a specific feature? How much work is left to do before a feature is completed, and how does that feature relate to bigger scenarios or user stories? Siddharth Bhatia, a senior group program manager for Visual Studio Team System, takes us through an end-to-end example of how Visual Studio Team System 2010 will help an organization manage their requirements throughout the lifecycle of…

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  • Agile Planning Templates in Visual Studio Team System 2010

    Stephanie Saad shows us a quick demonstration of how Visual Studio Team System 2010 will enable teams to be more agile. In this demonstration she shows the new Agile planning worksheet for Excel which can be used to easily balance resources, manage your backlog, and generate ad hoc reports.

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  • Achieving Business Alignment with Visual Studio Team System 2010

    "Business Alignment" is one of the key themes for the upcoming Visual Studio Team System 2010 release. But what does that mean, exactly? We sat down with Lori Lamkin, product unit manager for Team Foundation Server, and Stephanie Saad, group program manager, to find out. In this interview Lori and Stephanie outline the ways that Visual Studio Team System 2010 will empower teams to more effectively build software and to better integrate those development projects with the rest of the organization.

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