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  • Blog Post: New MSF Class Available For Partners

    Title: Managing your teams and business process using Microsoft Solutions Framework (MSF) as a template Abstract: Microsoft® Solutions Framework (MSF) is a deliberate and disciplined approach to technology projects based work and organization based on a defined set of principles, models, disciplines...
  • Blog Post: MSF for Agile Software Development and MSF for CMMI Process Improvement Version 4.1 Available

    Yesterday, we released brand new versions of MSF for Agile Software Development and MSF for CMMI Process Improvement. These new versions create the first commercial agile and CMMI-based software development processes with support for database unit tests and refactoring. The release of these processes...
  • Blog Post: Changes to MSF for Agile Software Development

    A common question that I get is "What has changed in the latest version of MSF for Agile Software Development?" There are two reasons that this question is asked. First, people want to know why they should update their projects and secondly, they want to know what files have changed. This blog entry...
  • Blog Post: New Version of MSF Available

    There are newer versions (August 2006) of the MSF process guidance available for download. There has been a few issues with unzipping the CMMI process guidance. Take a look at Rob's post on this subject. Remember that if you want to replace the guidance on an existing project, you need to checkout the...
  • Blog Post: MSFWinBuild and Patterns and Practices

    Many of you have been looking for an updated version of MSFWinBuild. Sanjeev and his team have taken what Rakesh previously built, refined it, and packaged it up nicely. Take a look at our GotDotNet site and download the latest executable (under the Releases link on the left hand side). We still have...
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