Professional Application Lifecycle Management with Visual Studio 2010 (Anglais) Broché – 9 avril 2010
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Descriptions du produit
Présentation de l'éditeur
Microsoft has packed a lot of brand new testing and modeling tools into Visual Studio 2010, tools that previously were available only to Microsoft internal development teams. Developers will appreciate the focus on practical implementation techniques and best practices.
A team of Microsoft insiders provides a nuts–and–bolts approach. This Wrox guide is designed as both a step–by–step guide and a reference for modeling, designing, and coordinating software development solutions at every level using Visual Studio 2010 and Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2010.
Visual Studio 2010 offers a complete lifecycle management system that covers modeling, testing, code analysis, collaboration, build and deployment tools.
Quatrième de couverture
Written by Microsoft insiders, this nuts–and–bolts guide walks you through the tools, guidelines, and methodologies you′ll need for Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) with Visual Studio 2010. It focuses on practical implementation techniques and best practices, while providing you with detailed code samples and case studies. You′ll dive into all the new Unified Modeling Language (UML) tools, advanced debugging techniques, manual testing functionality, the new architecture of Team Foundation Server 2010, and much more. By the end of the book, you′ll be able to model, design, and coordinate enterprise solutions at every level using Visual Studio.
Professional Application Lifecycle Management:
Examines the Architecture Explorer and how to use it to better understand the architecture of your application
Presents topics that are of the most interest to a developer who is creating an application with Visual Studio 2010
Explores the numerous tools available for testers, including a look at the new test lab management capabilities
Delves into the new architecture of Team Foundation Server 2010 and the version–control system
Uncovers the latest process templates, along with the new backlog and capacity–planning features
Wrox Professional guides are planned and written by working programmers to meet the real–world needs of programmers, developers, and IT professionals. Focused and relevant, they address the issues technology professionals face every day. They provide examples, practical solutions, and expert education in new technologies, all designed to help programmers do a better job.
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VS2010/TFS2010 is a huge new release and it was nice to have a comprehensive overview of the product in one place rather than scattered across 20 different blogs. Even though I've been working with the betas of Visual Studio 2010 and Team Foundation Server 2010 for months, there were still things that I'd missed. Plus, for the pieces/features that I already knew about, it was nice to read someone else's take.
It reads easy and it will give you a fast, efficient brain-dump for getting going with 2010.
The book goes into enough detail to give you a good understanding of the feature they are covering. With the number of features covered to go into great detail would have made the book 5 times larger. I did not read any topic that did not have enough detail to give me a good understanding of the feature.
The book is broken down into 5 parts. Architect, Developer, Tester, Team Foundation Server, and Project/Process Management.
The book covers UML, using the Architecture Explorer, using Layer Diagrams, Unit Testing, Code Analysis and Code Metrics, Profi ling and Performance, Database Development/Testing/Deployment, IntelliTrace, Web Performance and Load Testing, Coded User Interface Testing, Lab Management, the Team Foundation Architecture, Version Control and Branching and Merging, Team Foundation Build, Reports, Portals, Dashboards, Workbooks, and Process Template Customizations. That is a ton of stuff!!!!
The authors have a good writing style that makes the book easy to read.
If you want to get to know Visual Studio 2010 and Team Foundation Server 2010, this is a great place to start!!!
I would highly recommend this book to software professionals who plan to use VS 2010 at some point. Even if you're not working in a team--or if your team hasn't standardized on using these features--you'll produce better software and save a lot of time by understanding how to use these tools.
I would not recommend this book to people looking to learn about programming basics or for a deep theoretical discussion about the software lifecycle. This book is squarely focused on practical usage for software professionals.
And if you don't like it, I will send you a check for $40.*
(* - checks will not be honored)
I have over 10 years experience in development, and have been working with VS since its 2002 release. While this book does hit the highlights, most of this was information that I have already experienced (Unit Testing, DB comparisons, architecture/UML drawings). Additionally, the authors focus on the VS2010 ULTIMATE edition. If yours is anything like my organization suffering a budget crunch, we don't have $10K per license to shell out for that. We're stuck with the more watered down versions of VS2010, so you can skip many of those chapters -- nearly a third of the book.
I would recommend this book to software developers in the .NET realm with 2 - 5 years of experience and to those who prefer reading an already laid out format decided by the authors. If this is your case, go for it. If you're like me then I'd take a pass and hit the Web.
The book overall is an excellent general reference to Visual Studio 2010 ALM. I highly recommend this book as a general reference for Microsoft ALM technologies (from start to finish).