Building Applications with The Visual Studio 2010 ALM Tools

PT8890
Summary
The focus of this course is on the effective use of the Visual Studio 2010 ALM tools to improve an organization's application management lifecycle. Software teams will learn not only how to use the Visual Studio 2010 ALM tools effectively, but how to use them to improve their software development process. Developers will learn to improve the quality of their code and speed development. Testers will learn to validate code quality and track test cases. Project managers will learn to use the tools to bring their projects under control. Configuration Managers will learn the best practices around branching strategies and will learn to create a tailored software configuration management strategy. As a team, you will learn how to use Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2010 to increase traceability, improve the quality of your code and ease the process of releasing your applications.
Prerequisites
Attendees of this course should have participated in some part of a software development team and have experience with Visual Studio 2008 or 2010. While the audience of this course will have varying technical skill sets, this course is designed to leverage the respective experience of developers, project managers, architects, and testers
Duration
3 Days/Lecture & Lab
Audience
This course is designed for software development teams implementing the Visual Studio 2010 ALM tools to improve their entire development process. Everyone involved in the software development process will benefit from this course including developers, project managers, architects, and tester
Topics
  • Introduction
  • End-to-End Lifecycle
  • Version Control
  • Team Build
  • Unit Testing
  • Code Analysis
  • IntelliTrace
  • Software Configuration Management Practices

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