TFS & Visual Studio ALM – by Neno Loje

(formerly Team System, VSTS)

Book: Managing Projects with Microsoft® Visual Studio® 2005 Team System

February 16th, 2006 · No Comments · Project Management with TFS, Training and Learning
























Author Joel Semeniuk; Martin Danner
Pages 400
Disk N/A
Level Advanced
Published 08/09/2006
ISBN 0-7356-2216-7

View on MS Press website


About the Book


An ideal guide for using Visual Studio Team System to maximize project management effectiveness


This book is a practical guide to using the integrated tools in Visual Studio Team System to manage a team-development process. Project managers typically use a wide range of tools—such as Microsoft Office Excel®, Microsoft Office Project, and Microsoft Windows® SharePoint® Services. The Visual Studio Project Management Tools are integrated with the Visual Studio integrated development environment (IDE), Office, Windows SharePoint Services, and Microsoft SQL Server™ 2005 Reporting Services. This helps enable project managers to continue using the tools with which they are comfortable, yet easily share their development-oriented project data with their teams—allowing architects, developers, testers, and project managers to collaborate in a single, extensible environment. With in-depth product information and insights from early users and experienced Visual Studio Team System trainers, this guide will help you understand how to use this tightly integrated set of life-cycle development tools to help enable better planning, scheduling, collaboration, communication, reporting, and process control with development projects.

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