TechNet Radio: How Microsoft IT uses Visual Studio Team System 2005 to Measure Software Code Stabil

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A strategic initiative within Microsoft IT is to improve the overall productivity, quality, and predictability of internal software development projects. Microsoft IT partnered with Microsoft Research to create a Microsoft Visual Studio Team System 2005 extension that counts lines of code and predicts system defects. In the software development environment, insight into the volume of code being produced, and the changes applied to that code, provide measurements of productivity and quality. Join this TechNet Radio to see how the Line of Code (LOC) counter provides a flexible and extensible framework for automating the LOC counting process.

Eric Ostrowski - Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Chris Avis – IT Pro Evangelist

Anantharam Chadalavada - Anantharam Chadalavada is a senior program manager at Microsoft IT, driving implementation of Team Software Process and Scrum Coaching and development of internal tools to aid Microsoft IT program delivery engineering excellence. Anantharam also contributes to evangelizing software quality practices and software measurement frameworks across Microsoft IT. Prior to joining Microsoft, he worked for seven years in software consulting based in Illinois and before that in the technology industry in India for about eight years. He holds a bachelor's of technology degree in electronic engineering.


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