Would You, Could You With TFS?

Would You, Could You With TFS?

Posted by richard | May 28, 2011 | Conferences, Microsoft, TFS 2010

As you know Team Foundation Server 2010 supports most (but not all) Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) activities as the busy diagram below (from InCycle Software) suggests:


In addition to identifying the few gaps in ALM support (and ways to plug them), there are a couple of other myths that we busted last week at TechEd during my interactive presentation titled “Would You, Could You with TFS”:


It was a fun presentation with introductions and demonstrations of five wonderful Visual Studio Industry Partners (VSIP) products that extend Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2010.


Files: Presentation (5mb)

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