Mickey continues his exploration of the new Visual Studio Scrum 1.0 Process Template, with a look at the included features.
Application lifecycle management (ALM) provider Collabnet rolled out a new version of its flagship TeamForge ALM platform this week, as well as a general-availability release of its free Subversion Edge product.
Jeff Levinson says the first step toward being more efficient is getting on top of project time tracking.
Mickey Gousset introduces the new Microsoft Scrum 1.0 Process Template for Visual Studio Team Foundation Server and steps through the installation process.
According to new research, companies are once more investing in application development projects, and Agile methodologies are leading the way.
We speak with Microsoft's Senior Director for Visual Studio and MSDN product management about application lifecycle management with Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate and Team Foundation Server 2010.
With Team Foundation Server 2010, Agile project management is greatly improved. Scrum developers now have another option. Microsoft announced a new Scrum process template at Tech Ed.
Vendors shift strategies to ease adoption, improve ROI and target software development lifecycle pain points.
For teams using an agile software development methodology, Team Foundation Server 2010 offers new tools to help you easily visualize the backlog, the workload per iteration and the workload per developer. Jeff Levinson shows how TFS 2010 can help guide agile development.
New functionality in Visual Studio Team System 2010 supports the Agile dev trend.
Leading ALM firm targets Scrum-based project management with acquisition.
Microsoft Security Program Manager Bryan Sullivan talks about the new agile-focused SDL 4.1a.
Microsoft updates its security-minded software development guidance to address challenges posed by agile development.
CollabNet will let development teams using its TeamForge application lifecycle management platform to manage and model a project's scope and timeline through a single user interface.
Proponents of Agile and lean software development methodologies say they are becoming more popular than traditional sequential methods in corporate app-dev groups. But implementation of a pure Agile method is still a rarity in the enterprise as hybrid approaches are starting to take hold.
Maintaining that Scrum Agile development methodologies have not gained substantial traction with enterprises, Danube Technologies is attempting to address major shortcomings of past efforts.
> More Webcasts