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Martin Hinshelwood provides consulting and training in ALM, Evidence-based Management and lean-agile techniques with Visual Studio ALM, TFS, and Scrum

 
 

NDC London 2014: Why TFS no longer sucks, and VSO is awesome

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You may have looked at Team Foundation Server before and if it was before 2012 then you should have another look. It is not the same product it used to be. Come and see Martin do an end to end walk through from Ideation through Coding, Testing and Release with monitoring and feedback. Martin will cover some of the new advances with Storyboarding, Agile Project Management, and Agile Portfolio Management. He will then delve into the new ALM features added since 2010 for coders like My Work, Code Sense, and Local Workspaces and even Git. With the new Test Management tools in the web complimented with Microsoft Test Manager your testers can easily manage, execute and report on your test plans. All the while we will be using the new Release Management tools to push our application to each environment and ultimately to production. Once there we can monitor our application for usage and performance with rich statistics.

All in all TFS is a world premier ALM solution that provides everything that you need to manage the Application Lifecycle of your application.

NDC London 2014: Why TFS no longer sucks, and VSO is awesome was last modified: June 27th, 2015 by Martin Hinshelwood

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