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David Jung's journey through Visual Studio, Team Foundation Server, and this thing called Application Lifecycle Management

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  • Blog Post: Visual Studio vNext mentioned at TechEd 2011

    Today at TechEd North America 2011 , Jason Zander (CVP of Visual Studio) talked about Visual Studio vNext. Specific features of the framework and tool itself were not mentioned, but features expanding our vision of how Visual Studio expands our Application Lifecycle Management footprint took center stage...
  • Blog Post: A Day in the Life of Scrum with VSTS 2008 and TFS Workshop – CA, AZ, WA, UT, CO

    Please join Microsoft and Neudesic for a day in the life of Scrum with Visual Studio Team System 2008 and Team Foundation Server!  Agile methods are a set of development processes intended to create software in a lighter, faster, more people-centric way. Many development teams have adopted "agile"...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Magazine Article: Agile Planning Tools in VSTS 2010

    One of the tenants of TFS is its ability to track work - development or non-development - throughout the life of a project. It comes with a connector for both Microsoft Excel and Project to import and export data to TFS. This is a really handy feature for planning but it kind of falls short when it comes...
  • Blog Post: TFS Process Template article on MSDN Magazine

    If you've played with VSTS 2010 CTP , you'll know that the Agile process template has changed, not just in title, but in fields and workflow. Since VSTS 2005, the Agile process template that shipped out-of-the-box for was called MSF for Agile Development v4.x. Part of what the process was trying to is...
  • Blog Post: Partner Conference in Irving, TX: AgileDotNet Conference 2008

    Friday, November 14, 2008 | Irving, TX Improving Enterprises in conjunction with Microsoft and the Dallas C# SIG invite you to an exciting, FREE , one-day event to bring together the world of Microsoft .NET development with the world of Agile methods. Designed for both those experienced with Agile techniques...
  • Blog Post: Partner Seminar in Northern California: Microsoft Agile and Scrum Essentials

    Tuesday, December 9, 2008 | Mountain View, CA | Event ID: 1032388623 Agile methods are a set of development processes intended to create software in a lighter, faster, more people-centric way. Many development teams have adopted "agile" methodologies to manage change and to improve software...
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