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    TechEd 2005 - Visual Studio 2005 Team System Presentations

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    PowerPoint slides from Team System breakout sessions at TechEd 2005.
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        DEV 260 - Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team System: Managing the Software Lifecycle with Visual Studio 2005 Team System

        Visual Studio 2005 Team System is an extensible lifecycle tools platform that significantly expands the Visual Studio product line and helps software teams collaborate to reduce the complexity of delivering modern service-oriented solutions. This session provides an overview of the suite, tools and features included and shows practical examples of how this can reduce the complexity of delivering modern service-oriented solutions that are designed for operations.

        DEV 362 - Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team System: Building Robust and Reliable Software

        Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team Edition for Software Developers, provides a set of advanced development tools that enable teams to build reliable, mission-critical services and applications. This session overviews verifying the performance and quality of your code using tools such as Static Code Analysis (analyzing the semantics meaning behind your code), Code Profiling (analyzing your code as it's running) and Code coverage and Unit testing.

        DEV 364 - Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team System: Enabling Better Software through Better Testing

        Testing developed applications is a critical component of any software design, and in the past it may have been difficult to fully ensure predictability and reliability in a real-world environment. Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team Edition for Software Testers, enables teams to verify the performance of applications prior to deployment. Learn about the core features of Visual Studio 2005 Team Edition for Software Testers and see practical examples of how you can reduce the time it takes to test your applications and speed the total development time, ensuring predictability and reliability.

        DEV 461 - Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team System: Advanced Project Management and Reporting in Visual Studio 2005 Team System

        Seamlessly integrate you project managers, testers, architects and developers using the advanced features that Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team System provides. By integrating team members you can increase the communication and collaboration of teams involved and access enterprise-grade change management tools for managing assets and work items. Further to this, as you teams work, check in code, resolve work items and bugs, Visual Studio 2005 Team System gathers extensive metrics on your project and developers. This information stored within SQL 2005 can be fully accessed using 50+ inbuilt SQL Reporting Services reports which can be displayed via Web parts in your project portal. This session covers the tools provided for advanced integration between the various members of your developing teams, and using both the built-in reporting and highly customizable reporting available for your exact needs.

        DEV 463 - Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team System: Maximizing Collaboration with Team Foundation Server

        Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server is an extensible team collaboration server that enables all members of the extended IT team to effortlessly manage and track the progress and health of projects. This session covers the core functions and features that enable enterprise-grade change management tools for managing assets and work items including integration into Microsoft Project, Excel, SQL and SharePoint.

        DEV 466 - Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team System: Enterprise-Class Source Control

        Evolve from Source Safe and improve the predictability and reliability of delivering mission-critical solutions. This session covers using Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team System features focused on improving your source control including advanced SCC, integration with work items, branching, merging, promotion, access control and policies.

        DEV 467 - Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team System: Using Visual Studio 2005 Team System to Support Your Agile Processes

        Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team System increases team productivity and project predictability by integrating software development life cycle tools at the UI level, the data level and in the project context at the process level. This session covers using Visual Studio 2005 Team System and innovative techniques from the new software development processes, MSF for Agile Software Development and MSF for CMMI Process Improvement. These new Microsoft processes utilize scenario-driven development for building applications.

        DEV 365 - Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team Edition for Software Architects Overview

        Visual Studio 2005 Team Edition for Software Architects introduces new Distributed System Designers that assist in the design and deployment of distributed, service-oriented systems. These design tools enable an architect or developer to design a distributed system in terms of connected applications that provide and consume services. In the first release of these tools, the focus is on the design and development of Web services-based applications and the configuration of reusable systems for deployment. Once designed, systems can be validated against logical datacenter models to determine if they will deploy successfully. This session will provide an overview of the distributed system tool suite that includes the Application, System, Deployment, and Logical Datacenter design tools. The session will follow an end-to-end application design, development and deployment scenario demonstrating key points of each of the tools. We will also provide an overview of the extensibility features that allow additional types of applications and logical servers to be represented.

        ARC 309 - Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team Edition for Software Architects: Developing Service-Oriented Systems

        Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team Edition for Software Architects introduces new distributed system designers that assist in the design and deployment of distributed, service-oriented systems. These design tools enable an architect or developer to design a distributed system in terms of connected applications that provide and consumer services. In the first release of these tools, the focus is on the design and development of Web services-based applications and the configuration of reusable systems for deployment. Once designed, systems can be validated against logical datacenter models to determine if they will deploy successfully. This session focuses on the application and system design tools, particularly on the Web services design features, including support for contract-first design. We explore how the tools can be used both for architectural design and validation prior to code generation, and to visualize and extend an existing implemented solution. We also explore the extensibility features that allow additional types of applications to be represented. The session briefly demonstrates deployment validation, although logical datacenter design, deployment validation and deployment scripting are discussed in greater detail in session ARC 310.

        ARC 310 - Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team Edition for Software Architects: Developing Logical Datacenters

        As part of the software development life cycle, IT Pros and software developers get together to discuss the "deployment" requirements of the application. Often this task is performed and the end of the cycle well after the application has been developed, and quite often without the benefit of some analysis of the operating environment and the rules that govern applications that are to be deployed into the data center. In this session, we use the Visual Studio Logical Data center designer and the Deployment designer to bring these two disciplines together to describe the hosting environments of distributed applications, capture application and run-time environment configuration, specify rules and policies that will impact design and deployment, and validate these requirements before deployment and the completion of the application design. We then explore the deployment report to be used for scripting deployments, as well as the extensibility features of the tool to capture further meta-data and constraints about the application and run-time environments.

        ARC 411 - Domain Specific Language Tools for Model-Driven Development in Microsoft Visual Studio 2005

        Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team Edition for Software Architects comes with powerful visual modeling tools for class design and the design of service-oriented applications. As part of the Visual Studio SDK, Microsoft offers a new toolkit that allows users to define, generate, and customize their own visual modeling tools using the same modeling infrastructure as the tools in Visual Studio. This session focuses on building graphical design tools for Domain-Specific Languages (DSLs) with the new DSL Tools for Visual Studio. We explore how users can define domain-models and the graphical notation of a modeling language to build domain-specific model-driven development tools. We demonstrate a number of generated designers and how they can be used to generate software artifacts from models. Finally, we show how the DSL tools offer key technology to build software factories in Visual Studio 2005.

        DAT 381 - Team Development with SQL Server 2005

        Team Development with Visual Studio 2005 Team System and SQL 2005, provides an extensible lifecycle tools platform that helps software teams collaborate to reduce the complexity of delivering modern service-oriented solutions. This session overviews SQL 2005 enhancements for team development, source control, design changing and tracking, and extensive business and technical reporting including plans to provide further extensibility for Database Architects.
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