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Focus on innovation, not infrastructure with Team Foundation Server 2010 (sponsored by Microsoft)

Martin Woodward

Other / New & Noteworthy · Sponsored
Wednesday, 13:30, 25 minutes | Seminarräume 5

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Did you know that Microsoft makes it easy for you to work with your favorite Eclipse-based IDE, in the operating system of your choice, and collaborate across all your development teams using Team Foundation Server 2010? In this session you will learn about the tools and Eclipse plug-ins that Microsoft provide to help you create, manage and collaborate on your software development projects regardless of platform choice. We will show you how to have a unified view to plan iterations, track progress, manage requirements, share source and monitor build quality all from within Eclipse.

Martin Woodward is the Program Manager of the Cross Platform Tools team for Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server. He is an active member of many online and offline technology communities and a contributor to open source projects including CruiseControl and Eclipse PDE. Prior to joining Microsoft, Martin worked for several large organizations as a systems integration consultant primarily specializing in J2EE based solutions for high volume web sites. Martin is a well known member of the Application Lifecycle Management community, is a regular speaker on the topic at many events internationally and co-authored the book \'Professional Application Lifecycle Management with Visual Studio 2010\' from Wrox. You can find him on his blog at http://www.woodwardweb.com, his podcast at http://www.radiotfs.com or contact him via Twitter @martinwoodward.