TechEd Quick Shot - ALM: It's A Team Sport
We caught up with Cameron Skinner and Brian Keller as they were busy working up their special "Foundational Session" for this year's TechEd. The Foundational Sessions will act as a bridge between the overarching messages presented in the Keynote and the more specific instruction delivered in the Breakouts. Attendees will be able to select the session to attend which best suits their individual needs.
Cameron's and Brian's session will cover the advancements being made in Visual Studio to aid teams with Application Lifecycle Management (ALM).
Here is the description of their Foundational Session from the TechEd website:
Microsoft's application lifecycle management tooling is all about enabling teams to deliver great software. In this demo-packed session, learn how to engage early and often with your project's stakeholders to ensure that your team is building the right software for them. Discover tooling to help you more effectively plan and track work by using the new web-based project management tools. Learn how to bridge the divide between development and operations by utilizing IntelliTrace in your production environments and integrating Microsoft System Center with Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server. And, developers can stay on-task and "in the zone" with the new "My Work" and code review features. In addition to making your team more productive, we show you how you can boost your overall code quality with new features such as code clone and an overhauled unit testing story in Visual Studio 11.
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