TFS & Visual Studio ALM – by Neno Loje

(formerly Team System, VSTS)

Entries from July 2nd, 2005

Team Edition for Software Developers

July 2nd, 2005 · No Comments · Uncategorized

Articles MSDN Chat: Team Edition for Software Developer and Software Testers, June 2005 Getting started with Unit Test Generation, June 2005  Designing an API with the Visual Studio 2005 Class Designer, March 2005 Building Robust and Reliable Software Visual Studio 2005 Class Designer Videos & Webcasts DEV 362: Building Robust and Reliable Software, TechEd 2005, June 2005 […]

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Microsoft Solutions Framework (MSF) in Team System

July 2nd, 2005 · 1 Comment · 1531, Microsoft Solution Framework (MSF)

Articles An Integrated Approach to Agile or Formal Software Development Process, Microsoft, December 2004 Visual Studio 2005 Team System: Microsoft Solutions Framework, Microsoft, May 2004 Videos & Webcasts MSDN Webcast: Implementing and Customizing MSF 4.0 Process Guidance within Visual Studio 2005 Team System (Level 200), May 2004 Presentations DEV 467: Using Visual Studio 2005 Team System to […]

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Software Project Management in Team System

July 2nd, 2005 · No Comments · Uncategorized

Articles Agile Software Development for Projects Large and Small, Randy Miller, May 2005 Visual Studio 2005 Team System: Software Project Management, Microsoft, May 2004 Videos & Webcasts MSDN Webcast: Managing Work with Visual Studio 2005 Team System (Level 400), July 2005 MSDN Webcast: Enterprise Project Management and Reporting in Visual Studio 2005 Team System (Level 200), July […]

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Extending Team System

July 2nd, 2005 · No Comments · TFS Extensibility

Technical Articles How to build a custom check-in policy Visual Studio 2005 Team System: Extending the Suite TFS Source Control administration web service Webcasts & Videos MSDN Webcast: Drill Down into Visual Studio Team System: Foundation Server/Third-Party Integration (Level 200)

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Software-Entwicklung ist Teamsache! (Vortrag auf der Technical Summit Tour 2005)

July 2nd, 2005 · No Comments · German Posts

Software-Entwicklung ist Teamsache! Referent: Frank Fischer, Microsoft Deutschland GmbH Mit Visual Studio 2005 wird Microsoft sich eines Themas annehmen, dass schon lange die Gemüter bewegt hat. Software-Entwicklung ist Teamsache und Tools müssen diesen Prozess unterstützen. Auf Basis des Feedbacks von Kunden, aber auch eigener Erfahrungen als Softwareschmiede, wurde ein Toolset entwickelt, das Visual Studio fit […]

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Jetzt anmelden & profitieren: Visual Studio 2005 Team System Beta Experience

July 2nd, 2005 · No Comments · German Posts

  Machen Sie bereits vor dem eigentlichen Programmstart erste Erfahrungen mit dem neuen Visual Studio 2005 Team System. So können Sie sich schnell und bequem mit den Möglichkeiten und Vorteilen von Visual Studio 2005 vertraut machen.Zum Kennenlernen und Testen steht ab sofort die englische Beta 2-Version von Visual Studio 2005 für Sie bereit. Checken Sie […]

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What the Press says: Press reviews on Visual Studio Team System (VSTS)

July 2nd, 2005 · 1 Comment · General

Announcements Announcing Visual Studio 2005 Team System Microsoft’s New Source Code Control Application Visual Studio Team System Microsoft to Deliver Visual Studio Team Tools, eWeek, May 2004

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Willkommen im Deutschsprachigen Teil dieses Weblogs!

July 2nd, 2005 · No Comments · German Posts

Liebe Leserinnen und Leser, in dieser Rubrik stelle ich wertvolle Deutsschprachige Inhalte zu Visual Studio Team System (VSTS) zur Verfügung. Wenn Sie Fragen oder Vorschläge haben zögern Sie nicht mit mir in Kontakt zu treten. Viel Erfolg bei der Suche nach Lösungen oder einfach Spaß beim “Stöbern”! Neno Loje Über den Autor Neno Loje ist Technischer […]

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Borland Brings Requirements Engineering Rigor to Microsoft® Visual Studio® 2005 Team System Users

July 2nd, 2005 · No Comments · Third-Party Solutions

[…] Below are specific use case scenarios of the planned integration of CaliberRM and Visual Studio Team System, as defined by roles within the application lifecycle: Linking Requirements to Tests – Once analysts enter requirements with CaliberRM, they become visible within Visual Studio Team System with test creation and development tasks linked directly to them. […]

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SourceGear announces Project "Allerton"

July 2nd, 2005 · No Comments · Third-Party Solutions

[…]  We have decided to announce the fact that we are developing a new product which will be released later this year.  The code-name for this new product is “Allerton”.  In a nutshell, Allerton is a Linux/Solaris/MacOS client for Team Foundation. […] Read blog post

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