Interested in using VSTS to manage a team of developers? Want to learn more about how VSTS helps a team manage the application lifecycle, no matter what process model you follow? Check out the NYC VSTS User Group (nyc-vsts-ug.com).
The next meeting is this coming Tuesday Jan 27th at 6:30pm (register) and the topic is the VSTS Developer Edition with a focus organizing a team of developers. See details below. The meeting format includes a formal presentation with plenty of discussion from group memebers. And, who can pass up the free pizza and giveaways?
Remember to REGISTER so we can give your name to building security!
VSTS Developer Edition provides a variety of tools for developers to find inefficient, insecure and poor quality code. It enables teams to implement policies for code check in that enforce best practices and has features to facilitate unit testing. These features and more will be reviewed, followed by discussion of pros and cons of these tools by group members who have used them. Did you hear that as of October 1, 2008 the Developer Edition includes the Database Edition (aka DBPro)? This session will also dig in on Database Edition features, which finally provides source control for database objects.
Navneet Srivastava, Emerging Health Information Technology
Navneet is lead architect and manager of engineers in the Product Development division of Emerging Health Information Technology, a subsidiary of Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx. He oversees design and development of the breakthrough clinical intelligence application, Clinical Looking Glass, employing cutting edge Microsoft technologies and a host of best practices. In past positions, Navneet has developed other healthcare applications with national distribution.
01-27-2009 6:30 - 8:00 PM
Microsoft Offices in NYC at 1290 Avenue of Americas, 6th Floor