Managing the Application Development Lifecycle with Team Foundation Server 2010 Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) is designed to help you manage the entire lifespan of one or more applications within your organization using a set of proven processes supported by tools that integrate team members and activities. Take a “role-by-role” look at how Team Foundation Server (TFS) can provide a unified repository and customizable process engine for all your SDLC activates and artifacts.
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SharePoint as a Development Platform in Federal Government As SharePoint use rapidly growing across Federal Agencies, so does the opportunity to leverage SharePoint as a rich and powerful development platform. Leveraging new and enhanced features in SharePoint Designer and Visual Studio 2010, developers can build rich applications at amazing speeds by leveraging out-of-box features and interfaces provided by SharePoint Server and, the no-cost, SharePoint Foundation. This session will take a look at: Why you should develop on SharePoint; How to Develop on SharePoint & How to manage team-based SharePoint development projects.
A Lap around Microsoft Tools for the QA & Testing Team In April 2010, Microsoft extended its ALM offering with a new Test Planning, Management & Execution tool called VS Test Professional. VS Test Professional was built from the ground-up to provide powerful capabilities for the QA Manager, Lead and Manual Tester. It also manages your virtual test environments and execution of automated tests built with Visual Studio. Because VS Test Professional heavily leverages TFS, it has traceability to all lifecycle aspects such as requirements, tasks, code check-ins, bugs, reporting and process guidance. Join us for this 200-300 level lap around Microsoft’s Quality & Testing capabilities.