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VSLive! SF 2007: Best Practices for Visual Studio Team System

Discover best practices for using Visual Studio Team System and Team Foundation Server to improve source control, work item tracking, project management, and more.

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Based on his real-world experiences with both large and small companies, Micheal Ruminer offers recommendations on using Visual Studio Team System (VSTS) and Team Foundation Server (TFS). This session emphasizes prescriptive best practices in source control, work item tracking, project management, and customization within the VSTS environment. It's geared toward those who have made prototype evaluations of TFS, and those who have installations in place and are seeking additional guidance around practices in combing Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC) methodologies into TFS.

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