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Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012: Adopting Agile Software Practices: From Backlog to Continuous Feedback (Anglais) Broché – 11 septembre 2012

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Use Visual Studio® Team Foundation Server 2012 and Agile Methods to Deliver Higher Value Software Faster

 

This is the definitive guide to applying agile development and modern software engineering practices with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012—Microsoft’s complementary Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) platform. Written by the Microsoft Visual Studio  product owner and a long-time Team Foundation Server implementation specialist,  it focuses on solving real development challenges, systematically eliminating waste, improving transparency, and delivering better software more quickly and painlessly.

 

Coverage includes

• Accelerating the “flow of value” to customers, with a transparent backlog, PowerPoint Storyboarding, VS 2012 feedback requests, and a “usability lab” right into your customers’ hands

• Driving quality upstream to uncover hidden architectural patterns, ensure cleaner code, fix multiple recurring “cloned” bugs at once, ensure the definition of done with continuous integration and deployment  in a reliable build process

• Eliminating “no repro” bugs with VS 2012’s six powerful mechanisms for more accurate fault identification  and use of virtualized test environments

• Using Scrum or other Agile methods with Process Templates effectively across distributed teams in large organization by automating burndowns and dashboards to identify “early warning signals” of emerging  problems with quality or maintainability

• Staying in the groove by storing the state of your work and environment with shelvesets, to let you  handle interruptions smoothly

• Leveraging VS 2012’s new support for multiple Microsoft and open source unit testing frameworks in  your IDE and continuous integration pipeline

• Performing exploratory testing to uncover bugs in surprising places and testing immersive Windows 8 apps

• Rapidly improving team development and collaboration with the hosted Team Foundation Service

 

Whatever your development role, this book will help you apply modern software development practices using Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012 to focus on what really matters: building soft­ware that begins delivering exceptional value sooner and keeps delighting customers far into the future.

 

Biographie de l'auteur

Sam Guckenheimer, Product Owner for the Microsoft Visual Studio product line strategy, acts as chief customer advocate, responsible for end-to-end external design of new Visual Studio releases. He has 30 years’ experience as software architect, developer, tester, product manager, project manager, and executive. Before joining Microsoft, he was Director of Product Line Strategy at Rational Software Corporation, now the Rational Division of IBM. He holds  five patents on software lifecycle tools, is a frequent conference speaker, and Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Harvard.  Neno Loje has been an independent Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) consultant and Visual Studio Team Foundation Server (TFS) specialist for seven years, helping many companies establish team environments and development processes with Visual Studio.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Good info on Agile methodology in VS/TFS context, interesting reading about MS own experience. 17 mars 2013
Par SM - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Few words about myself: I’m a systems architect, specializing on MS solutions: .NET, C#, SQL Server. Recently I became interested in TFS 2012 as a platform for ALM, and I had to start pretty much from zero as I had no prior experience with TFS or any other ALM solution. I purchased this book as a starting point of TFS research, and I’m glad I did. It gave me a good starting point, an overview of Agile, Scrum, some interesting history of MS using the tool and the methodology. Perhaps I should mention something very obvious: the book specifically describes MS in-house experience in project management, and while it is very interesting, this is not what you or I may be doing for living. So what works for MS may or may not work for us. I think it should be expected from any book to give you an information, and then you should filter that information through your critical thinking, your life experience and your needs. I strongly disagreed with a few author’s opinions (like allowing teams to come up with their own architectures and eliminating a top system architect in principal), but that by no means diminish the book’s value. I think the author honestly produced a content matching the book title, you get exactly what the book says, it’s written in an easy to comprehend language, and that’s why I give the book five stars.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Instructive book on agile software practices 14 avril 2013
Par Sigurd From - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book adresses the values and priniciples of agile software development in the context of development with Visual Studio. It is very instructive in agile software practices in general and how these are supported by tools in Visual Studio. It is also very interesting to learn how Microsoft has implemented agile processes in the Developer Division and how this has been used to further enhance Visual Studio. I recommned the book to everyone interesting i agile software development.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Concise, clear and helpful 13 juillet 2013
Par Kreso Jurisic - Publié sur Amazon.com
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For those who want to utilize more from TFS 2012 then just version control this book is – must read. It goes through features of TFS 2012 with enough information that you can fully understand how and when to use each of them.
Book also contains some experiences from Microsoft Dev department about implementing Application Lifecycle management that I’ve found interesting.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Very helpful 15 mai 2013
Par B. Bach - Publié sur Amazon.com
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As someone who normally uses TFS, rather than drives how it is used - I found this book to be extremely useful. In particular, since I started using the Team Foundation Service, I have become more interested in what features I can choose to use, enable and why. I learned many tips while also getting a good understanding of fundementals.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012: 22 août 2013
Par Martin J. Brown - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Excellent book for someone attempting to learn how to step up Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012. It outlines the BMP of how to setup and use Team Foundation Server. It also explains the functionality of Visual Studio 2012 very clearly.
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