So, Microsoft Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server is installed in your company. That's great news. Now what? Should you migrate your existing tools and processes, or integrate with them? In my opinion, Team Foundation Server 2008 can comfortably replace any of your existing Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) tools. The trouble is, management may not be ready to give them up--for ROI, political, or egomaniacal reasons. That's fine too. In this session, we look at the latest technology options for migrating-from, or integrating-with, your existing ALM tools. So, if you do happen to be chained to a home-grown defecting tracking system, third-party requirements management system, or an obscure, open-source revision tracking system, come to this session and find out how to put Team Foundation Server in the center of it all.
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