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MVP TV - Gaze into the Crystal Ball: Reporting in Team System Made Easy!

MVP TV - Gaze into the Crystal Ball: Reporting in Team System Made Easy!

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So very popular at TechEd 2008, this session is now on MVP TV!

You’ve paid your shiny penny and it’s time to ask the fortune teller to forecast the future of your project. “Is my software development project going to successful? Will I be able to ship on time? Can I hit my budget?” The fortune teller gazes into the crystal ball and says… “Your success depends on reporting, go and source accurate reporting!” You scratch your head and fear the worst; you don’t have a reporting module available!

However, all is not lost, Team System can help! Team System has built in reporting capabilities that provide a strong foundation for understanding the current status of your project. In this instalment of MVP TV, learn all about Team System reporting from Steven Borg. You’ll learn how to interpret the built in reports, learn what’s required to create new reports, and how to use Excel pivot tables to connect to the TFS cube for ad hoc reporting.

View this session, learn how to predict your future!

Note: The original delivery of this presentation received the second highest rating of all TechEd 2008 presentations and Steve has made it even BETTER for MVP TV!!

About the presenter: Steven Borg is a principal of Northwest Cadence, a Microsoft VSTS Inner Circle partner, that focuses exclusively on helping companies improve their Application Lifecycle Management using Team System. In addition, he assists the Team System community as a Team System MVP. 

Recording Details:

· Originally broadcast: December 12th, 2008

· Audience: This broadcast is open to all Developer MVPs and the general public.

· Recording URL: https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/mvp/view

· Recording ID: 29Z5NS

 

Click here to view the recording now!

 

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