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  • Blog Post: Event Series: Why Requirements Still Matter

      In the world of Scrum or Agile, do requirements really still matter that much? Well, if you want to compete in the world of the modern application, absolutely! In fact, they matter more than ever. Shorter release cycles mean that typical impediments to value delivery impact the application lifecycle...
  • Blog Post: Upcoming Free Webinars and Workshops from Imaginet

    Check out these upcoming web-based learning opportunities from Imaginet ! These training events are completely free .  To register, simply click on a date below. A View into Microsoft's New ALM Features and Tools As more is known and released about the next release of Visual Studio and related tools...
  • Blog Post: Phoenix - FREE Half-Day Seminar: "Writing Effective Business Use Cases"

    Times are tough, so how can you turn down FREE ? FREE Half-Day Seminar: "Writing Effective Business Use Cases" Tuesday, March 17, 2009 in Phoenix, AZ Ravenflow and Microsoft invite you to join us for a free half-day seminar. Writing use cases is an important part of any product development...
  • Blog Post: Denver - FREE Half-Day Seminar: "Writing Effective Business Use Cases"

    I hope to see some familiar faces, as well as some new ones, at this event! Times are tough, so how can you turn down FREE ? FREE Half-Day Seminar: "Writing Effective Business Use Cases" Tuesday, March 10, 2009 in Denver, CO Ravenflow and Microsoft invite you to join us for a free half-day seminar...
  • Blog Post: White Paper: Team System and Requirements Management

    Man, have I received some flak for not posting about this earlier.. So here you go: This white paper outlines how to use Visual Studio Team System for successful requirements management using Visual Studio Team System 2005 or Visual Studio Team System 2008. In addition, you can use this paper to learn...
  • Blog Post: Requirements Management in TFS: Part 4 (of 4): Summary

    Every organization approaches the concept of "requirements" differently. Factors include general history, skill set, complexity, and agility. Many development organizations are adopting Team Foundation Server to help improve team communication & collaboration, project control & visibility, and...
  • Blog Post: Requirements Management in TFS: Part 3 (of 4): Integrations

    In Part 2, I discussed how you can begin to manage requirements using the built-in facilities of Team Foundation Server. While hopefully you can see how the infrastructure for a great requirements management solution already exists in TFS, the interface and client-side functionality isn't there. Enter...
  • Blog Post: Requirements Management in TFS: Part 2 (of 4): TFS Out of the Box

    This is Part 2 of the series, Requirements Management in TFS. For a brief background, please see Part 1: Overview . In this part, we'll discuss a couple of the primary ways to support requirements in Team Foundation Server: the Team Portal and Work Item Tracking Team Portal (SharePoint) If you use some...
  • Blog Post: Requirements Management in TFS: Part 1 (of 4): Overview

    There are several schools of thought on how to "do RM" ranging from the very lightweight (whiteboards, sticky notes, cocktail napkins, etc) to the robust (formal elicitation, authoring, validation and management of specifications). Chances are your organization falls somewhere in between. Past dictates...
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