First Look: New ALM Tools for VC++ Developers
- Posted: May 16, 2011 at 2:42 PM
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One area that people simply don’t talk often enough about is Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) tools for Visual C++ development teams. ALM tools are critical for planning, development, testing, and maintenance of native code bases of every size. Visual Studio Ultimate offers many “out of the box” features for efficiently and easily managing a C++ code base. At Tech Ed North America, Terry Leeper and Rong Lu will be showing off these useful features and giving C++ developers a sneak peak at what's coming...
You should definitely check out the session if you are at Tech Ed. If not, you can watch the full session right here in a couple of days.
Can't wait that long? Well, no problem. Terry and Rong came to the C9 Studio a few days ago to share some of what they'll be talking about at Tech Ed in Atlanta. They've done some great work in VC10, but ALM tools for C++ developers in the next version of Visual Studio will be better, taking architectural visualization, unit testing (yes!), andmore to the next level for C++ developers.
Tune in. The C++ Renaissance at Microsoft continues to be televised on Channel 9.