First Look: Visual Studio Team System 2010

First Look: Visual Studio Team System 2010

Posted by richard | June 22, 2009 | Visual Studio 2010, Visual Studio ALM

Join us tomorrow (Tuesday, June 23rd) at 2pm MST for the following webcast:

First Look: Visual Studio Team System 2010

Microsoft has been working hard on their next generation of Visual Studio Team System. The 2010 version will deliver new capabilities for everyone on a project, including architects, developers, project managers and testers.

Since beta 1 released, the experts at Accentient have been hard at work, putting it to the test, and demonstrating it to our clients. We would like to share some of this insight with you.

Join us for a tour of the marquee features and improvements found in Visual Studio Team System 2010:

  • Separate and improved install and configuration process
  • Team project collections
  • Architecture explorer
  • UML support
  • Hierarchical work items
  • Improved test case management
  • Source control branch visualization
  • Workflow-based build
  • Test and Lab Manager
  • UI testing

Whether you’ve already adopted Team System, or have been waiting for the critical “third version” to be released before you commit to trying it, you should attend this webinar, see it firsthand, and get your questions answered.


There are a few seats left. Please be sure to register to attend.

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