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    So tell us what you think... about the MSF guidance

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    Recently I've been talking with the MSF team about the future of the MSF guidance in Team System. Two themes have come up: firstly, how to make it better, more focussed, more relevant. And secondly, how to make the MSF guidance "enactable", in other words...
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    Fragile Agile?

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    Recently I reviewed a troubled project that over-ran (and over-spent) in delivering a custom Sharepoint solution to a customer. The project claimed to be "agile", by which they meant there was very little structure around the development process. Looking...
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    Team System and Sarbanes Oxley

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    I'm pleased to say MSDN has just published our paper on Team System and Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX). There seems to be some confusion around SOX and software development. SOX isn't a standard for software, and no software tool can make a business "SOX compliant...
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    What sample docs do you want? What's useful?

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    On the VSTS process team we're currently looking at the next round of Sample documents to include in a future Agile template. We'd be very interested to know what you'd like to see included. Our goal is to be "broadly applicable", which means we...
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    Bugs past, present and future - predicting the bug trend for your next project

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    Recently we’ve been reviewing what Excel reports we could offer to support TFS customers. We think Excel is a powerful platform that allows manipulation and exploration of your TFS data beyond RDL reports (SQL Server Reporting Services). The particular...
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    Hello, (process) world!

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    By way of introduction, my name is Andrew Delin and I am the new product planner for the Microsoft Solutions Framework (MSF) on the Patterns and Practices (P&P) team at Redmond, responsible for the direction of MSF in Visual Studio Team System. I...
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