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Visual Studio Team System Resource Center

Visual Studio Team System--Software Engineering with VSTS
A Value-Up Paradigm
http://www.informit.com/content/images/0321278720/samplechapter/Guckenheimer_ch01.pdf
Sample chapter: “A Value-Up Paradigm,” from Software Engineering with Microsoft Visual Studio Team System, by Sam Gluckenheimer (May 2006). Discusses a paradigm shift, forces to reconcile, what software is worth building, contrasting paradigms, attention flow, work-down paradigm, transparency, work item database, daily activities, simple observations, multidimensional metrics and smells, and fitting the process to the project.
Managing Software Engineering Projects
http://www.amazon.com/Managing-Projects-Microsoft-Visual-Pro-Developer/dp/0735622167/ref=sr_1_4/104-7417785-3164700?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1191857284&sr=
Sample chapter: “Managing Software Engineering Projects,” from Managing Projects with Microsoft Visual Studio Team System, by Joel Semeniuk and Martin Danner (April 2007). Discusses the challenges, the track record, complexity and change, and the human factor.
Introduction to VSTEST and VSTESD
http://www.amazon.com/Professional-Software-Testing-Visual-Studio/dp/0470149787/ref=sr_1_5/104-7417785-3164700?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1191857284&sr=1-5
Sample chapter: “Introduction to VSTEST and VSTESD,” from Professional Software Testing with Visual Studio 2005 Team System: Tools for Software Developers and Test Engineers, by Tom Arnold, Dominic Hopton, Andy Leonard and Mike Frost (September 2007). Discusses the software development process and software development life cycle (SDLC), planning, analysis, design, development, testing, implementation, maintenance, existing tools, unit testing, NUnit, MbUnit, web and load testing, and where VSTEST (Visual Studio Team Edition for Software Testers) and VSTESD (Visual Studio Team Edition for Software Developers) fit in the SDLC.
Generating Source Code for Unit Test Frameworks
http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms364064(vs.80).aspx
Tutorial: "Unit Testing and Generating Source Code for Unit Test Frameworks Using Visual Studio 2005 Team System," by Scott Dockendorf. Discusses rethinking Unit testing, enter automated Unit testing, making the case for automated Unit testing, xUnit framework elements, a test fixture example, primary unit test concepts (Assertions), what do you test, what runs the automated Unit test, what types of tests to write, why generate code, generating initial Unit test code, regenerating Unit test code, and automated Unit testing recommendations.
Software Engineering with VSTS
http://blogs.msdn.com/sam/default.aspx
"Software Engineering with Visual Studio Team System," by Sam Guckenheimer (a software engineer with the Microsoft Visual Studio Team System). Topics include planning and change process, primary measurement, definition of quality, acceptance of variance, intermediate work products, troubleshooting approach, and reporting.
A Unit Testing Walkthrough
http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms379625(vs.80).aspx
"A Unit Testing Walkthrough with Visual Studio Team Test," by Mark Michaelis. Discusses how to get started, creating a test, running a test, checking for exceptions, loading test data from a database, code coverage, initializing and cleaning up tests, and best practices.
Optimizing the Software Development Lifecycle
http://www.nhfairfield.com/coursecatalog/course.aspx?id=15985
"Optimizing the Software Development Lifecycle with Microsoft Visual Studio Team System," from New Horizons. This fee-based 3-day course is for software application development team members. Topics include an introduction to the Visual Studio Team System, an overview of the WISP development lifecycle, planning, Visual Studio Team components, setting up an application development project, designing an application, building an application, stabilizing an application, and deploying an application.
Optimizing the Software Development Lifecycle
http://www.microsoft.com/learning/syllabi/en-us/2631afinal.mspx
"Optimizing the Software Development Lifecycle with Microsoft Visual Studio Team System," from Microsoft. This is a fee-based 3-day instructor-led workshop for members of a software application development team. Topics include an introduction to the Visual Studio Team System, overview of WISP (Wireless Internet Service Provider) development lifecycle, the envisioning track, the planning track-project setup, the planning track-design, the building tract, the deployment track, the stabilizing track, the deployment track, the WIPS application, Visual Studio Team System components, exploring Visual Studio Team System (demo), and WISP project kickoff discussion.

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Update :: December 17, 2017