Visual Studio 2010 is the most comprehensive suite of application development tools a software team could ever wish for. But its dazzling array of features can be daunting to say the least. Whether …
Visual Studio 2010 is the most comprehensive suite of application development tools a software team could ever wish for. But its dazzling array of features can be daunting to say the least. Whether you’re building custom line-of-business applications or the next killer viral internet app you need to understand what’s under the hood and how your team can take advantage of its broad capabilities. Join a team of industry experts for a hands-on discussion of proven techniques for getting the most power and mileage out of this incredible product.
Session 1: Drive Your Process
In our first session we will examine what it takes to establish and support a world class development team using Visual Studio 2010 and Team Foundation Server 2010. We will discuss what makes a team great and how to choose a software development methodology to ensure repeatable results. We will reveal best practices to help teams perform at world class levels using Visual Studio 2010.
Session 2: Drive Your Design
In this session, we will take a look at role of design in modern development teams. We will discuss strategies for choosing the right level of design based on the complexity of your projects and best practices for ensuring designs are fully realized. We will also provide an overview of the new UML features provided in Visual Studio 2010 that support model driven development.
Session 3: Drive Your Code
In our last session, we will take a look at how it all comes together. We will walk through the process of turning requirements and designs into code and highlight the powerful tools provided in Visual Studio 2010 to help you create what you can imagine, build on the strengths of your team, and open up new possibilities.
Presenters on this tour are team development expert Jeff Fattic, solutions architect MVP Kevin Grossnicklaus, and Architect Evangelist Clint Edmonson.