Rob Caron

Developer-related topics and other stuff.

June, 2004

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    Visual Studio Team System on MSDN TV

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    Check out this 11-minute clip shot down at TechEd for MSDN TV. Brian Harry discusses Team System.
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    Team System Interviews on TheServerSide.net

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    Check out streaming interviews with Lori Lamkin (Group Program Manager for the project management tools) and Chris Lucas (Group Program Manager for the developer and test tools) on TheServerSide.net .
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    There's a Lot of Work to Do

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    "You can't build a reputation on what you're going to do." - Henry Ford With Tech·Ed USA 2004 rapidly receding in the rearview mirror, Visual Studio Team System is finally starting to feel like a real product to me. Prior to Tech·Ed...
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    Team System OPML List

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    Thanks to Christopher Bowen for assembling an OPML listing of all of the Team System bloggers.
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    TeamSystemBloggers++

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    The Team System blog roll continues to grow. Now arriving: Jason Anderson . Jason is one of the Program Managers on Visual Studio Team Test Edition . He's probably heard it before, but Jason reminds me of Kevin Smith .
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    Kevin Kelly on Work Item Types

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    Kevin Kelly blogs about the need to differentiate work item types , which you can do using Visual Studio Team System's extensible work item tracking system. The most common work item type is the bug, but you can use the same system to track assigned work...
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    Keith Rowe on Excel Integration in Visual Studio Team System

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    Keith has posted an item that covers the reasoning behind integrating Excel in the project management tools of Visual Studio Team System.
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    TDD and Visual Studio Team System

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    James Newkirk explores Test-Driven Development (TDD) in Visual Studio Team System with a simple HelloWorld example . James Newkirk, one of the key developers behind NUnit , is also one of the authors of Test-Driven Development in Microsoft .NET .
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