Jason Anderson - Late night with the Burton team (Part IV)

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Here's the final part of the late night session with the Burton team (Visual Studio Team System). In this segment, Jason and Tom answers questions from the customers who attended the presentation on test driven development. 

Here's the previous three parts:
Part I
Part II
Part III

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    eto
    Wow.  After watching all of this, it looks great!  I believe this will solve a lot of our (my) problems trying to get our developers to do proper testing.

    The biggest thing about this though, is what everyone was talking about at the last part - integration.  We have an existing system developed internally to track our bugs, tasks, etc.  I am REALLY curious on what kind of extensibility this has in terms of where the data comes from/goes to.

    I would be happy just with the ability to import new task items into the team system from external sources, however...

    Great work guys.  I know what it's like showing the latest build, so I'd say you are very courageous!

    Cheers,
    Curtis.
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    sudhakar
    Nice one, but my WMP 10 is started showing up the video upside down after few minutes...Smiley must be some bug in WMP 10...


    eto wrote:
    Wow.  After watching all of this, it looks great!  I believe this will solve a lot of our (my) problems trying to get our developers to do proper testing.

    The biggest thing about this though, is what everyone was talking about at the last part - integration.  We have an existing system developed internally to track our bugs, tasks, etc.  I am REALLY curious on what kind of extensibility this has in terms of where the data comes from/goes to.

    I would be happy just with the ability to import new task items into the team system from external sources, however...

    Great work guys.  I know what it's like showing the latest build, so I'd say you are very courageous!

    Cheers,
    Curtis.
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    rhm
    This product is looking like a must-have. It's adding some serious value to using visual studio which I was starting to wonder about given the amount of stuff that's just given away in the SDK now (and there have always been plenty of  better text editors out there!).

    Has it been decided yet whether MSDN subscribers get Team System and if so at what level?

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    Flatliner
    This video raises an interesting question... is MS adopting a test first approach to Longhorn development??

    I understand that Longhorn comprises of many, many dev teams. Does each team adopt their own specific standards for development? Or is Microsoft trying to lay down the law in terms of test-first development or specific coding practices?

    Does/Will all the Longhorn Managed code conform to all the FXCop rules for example?? Smiley

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