Willy-Peter Schaub give us a quick demonstration of using the ALM Readiness Treasure Map v2 design and enhancements that the team is considering for the upcoming version 2. The intention is to "show what we have" after Sprint 10 (April) and to allow you to submit candid feedback for the team to consider.
Bookmarks and comments by our captain, Robert Bernstein:
- [00:21] Project overview
- [02:03] New Sharing Demo
Fabio Stawinski: I love what you've done with the Sharing contract in v2. It worked well in v1, but feels much more polished now. Nice work!
- [03:04] New UX Demo
Anisha Pindoria: You've done a great job designing the new UX for v2. The updates make me want to resubmit our MSDN Magazine article with the beautiful new artwork!!!
- [04:03] Code Overview
Robert MacLean: While I liked your explanations for why you're excited to be Dev Lead on this project, I was really impressed with your clear explanations of how the code is implemented. You got the full point about how the app was written across while keeping it straightforward and concise. That's hard to do in just a couple of minutes. Well done!
This solution developed as part of the ALM Rangers readiness solution family, by the phenomenal team that was distributed around the planet (North America, Europe and Africa).
- ALM Readiness Treasure Map Blogs
- ALM Readiness Treasure Map v1 Paper Map and Sample Source Code
- ALM Readiness Treasure Map v1 Windows Store Application
You can find more information here aka.ms/vsarsolutions.