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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: TFS 2012 and Project Server 2013 VM with Labs available

    One of the aspects of Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) is that its about process. The other two being people and products. Part of the process is managing the portfolio of projects an organization is responsible for, manage the people that can work on the projects, and keeping track of the tasks...
  • Blog Post: Project Server integration support coming to TFS 2010

    As a recovering software development manager, one of the things that always drove me crazy was the inability to provide the Project Management Office (PMO) with timely updates or getting my team updates on their upcoming tasks without doing a lot of cutting and pasting between project plans and developer...
  • Blog Post: Tying VS Team Foundation Server and Project Server 2007 together

    As part of Application Lifecycle Development (ALM), one needs to have a way to tie application development efforts with the entire project plan overseen by a project manager. Since Visual Studio Team Foundation Server (TFS) was released, the connection between development tasks and overall project tasks...
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