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5 Management Essentials

This session shows team leads and team members how Visual Studio 2005 Team System helps estimate time and costs; plan and schedule the effort; and track, report, and correct as the project runs.

 Listen to the audio and watch the slides! (Running time: 1 hour, 3 minutes) Does your project use VB.NET or C#? Chances are, your customers don't know and don't care. Will your project be on time or late? How much will it cost? When will it be done? Those questions, they care about. This session shows team leads and team members how Visual Studio Team System helps them in the three key resource management activities: estimating time and costs; planning and scheduling the effort; and tracking, reporting, and correcting as the project runs.

About the Speaker
Martin Shoemaker is a software developer with 20 years experience in the industry. He has twice been recognized by Microsoft as an MVP for Visual Development with C#. As an instructor and consultant for the Richard Hale Shaw Group, he offers his guidance and expertise to clients who need high-quality design services with UML, as well as custom software in the Windows and .NET environment. You can reach him at [email protected].

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