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Tfs Per Team Agili

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  • 1. Version Control Gated Check-in Reporting Build Automation Branch Visualization Test Case Management Agile Planning Tools Team Portal
  • 2. Teamprise Client Suite Eclipse Plug-in Teamprise Explorer Command Line Teamprise Java API for TFS Version Work Item Project Reporting Team Control Tracking Management Build Team Foundation Server
  • 3. “As a new customer I want User Stories to register online so I can 5 use the services offered” 8 Stories are listed on the 5 Priority backlog in team estimates each The priority order 3 story using story points 8 New stories are added 1 to the product backlog
  • 4. Stories are planned for completion in User Stories Sprint 3 upcoming sprints 3 3 3 Sprint 4 Priority The product owner re- 4 prioritizes the backlog 4 4
  • 5. Product backlog query in Team Explorer
  • 6. New stories created by the Product Owner
  • 7. The new story provides a guide to ensure the story is written from the customer’s perspective
  • 8. Each story is ranked by priority and assigned a story point value
  • 9. Product Backlog workbook for planning future sprints
  • 10. Stories that are too large are left on the backlog Each story is placed in an upcoming sprint
  • 11. The product owner can visualize the number of story points planned for … with start/end dates upcoming sprints and the size of the team Each sprint is added to Iteration Planning worksheet…
  • 12. User Stories User Stories Tasks (hours) 1 Based on Commit! 1 estimates the team commits to 1 Duringstory each the sprint planning The team breaks meeting, the product Commit! owner and the each story down team add User Storiesinto tasks to the sprint The team thinks this story is more Can’t work than they Commit! can commit to…
  • 13. User Stories User Stories Tasks (hours) 1 Commit! 1 1 1 The larger story is Commit! removed from the sprint and thesprint is now The team considersplanned and the a smaller The team can team is ready to story on the backlog to this commit get started! smaller story Commit!
  • 14. Record completed work Track progress with reports and dashboards Retrospectives
  • 15. Multiple interfaces for updating work items
  • 16. Team Explorer
  • 17. Iteration Backlog workbook
  • 18. Team Project portal
  • 19. Team System Web Access
  • 20. Burndown chart tracks remaining and completed work
  • 21. Detailed sprint progress is tracked on the project portal The burndown shows the team And almost half of the on track… tasks remain open But the team hasn’t closed any of the three stories…
  • 22. The portal brings data together so it can be analyzed to ensure success on a sprint Test are passing… But bugs are climbing steadily
  • 23. Rich set of reports track progress
  • 24. Capture retrospectives using the Team wiki on the Project Portal Sample documents are provided as a guide
  • 25. Build Agent TFS Build Agent
  • 26.         
  • 27. − − − − TFS
  • 28. Generalist Specialist Manual Some Strong Strong coding Expert Testing scripting scripting skills coding skills Develops fully Creates Somemaggiorautomated la parte dei scripts to set coding skills testing up lab, create tool di test agisce qui procedures data Black Box Testing White Box Testing API Testing
  • 29. Platform Beta 2 RTM RTM+ Notes Fully supported platform IE7/8 – HTML/AJAX Partial solution. Further work .NET Fx Controls fully supported, required in future to Windows Forms 2.0+ working on 3rd party support complete .NET Fx Controls fully supported, WPF 3.5+ working on 3rd party support Best efforts with known issues. Users can SharePoint 2007 workaround these cases in Windows Win32 TBD – Known issues & the code. No major ongoing Workarounds investment. MFC TBD – Known issues & Currently no support but on Workarounds the roadmap for future FF3 – HTML/AJAX TBD – Release Plan releases Dynamics (Ax) TBD – Release Plan Currently no support and Silverlight TBD – Release Plan none planned for now. Citrix/Terminal Opportunity for partners to Services add this using the Extensibility support Office Client Apps IE 6 Opportunity for partners to add this using the Extensibility Chrome/Opera/Safari support. Flash/Java SAP
  • 30. Microsoft Confidential
  • 31. Generalist Specialist Manual Some Strong Strong coding Expert Testing scripting scripting skills coding skills Develops fully Creates il 70% dei test nelle Somemaggiorautomated la parte dei scripts to set coding skills testing aziende avviene create up lab, qui tool di test agisce qui procedures data Black Box Testing White Box Testing API Testing
  • 32. Test and Lab Manager Test Case Management Manual Testing Team Explorer Test Record & Playback Lab Mgmt Config. Team Agents
  • 33. Virtual Env. Setup/Tear Down Environment from Template Checkpoint Environment
  • 34. Il risultato è il ben noto logo di Jeff Atwood Graphic by Jeff Atwood (CodingHorror.com)

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