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Requirements Patterns With VSTS

Learn some simple yet powerful requirements patterns that you can apply to most projects and processes.

 Listen to the audio and watch the slides! (Running time: 1 hour, 3 minutes) Some projects use VB.NET, some use C#, some use Managed C++, and some use a combination of those. Some projects are Web-based, while others run on a desktop or in a console. But no matter how they differ, all projects are the same in one regard: They all have requirements. So requirements definition and management should be at the core of any good process. In this session, you'll learn how Visual Studio 2005 Team System helps you define, store, track, and report requirements. You'll also learn some simple yet powerful requirements patterns that you can apply to most projects and processes.

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