Best Practices for SharePoint Application Lifecycle Management with Team Foundation Server
by Matthias Einig, Team Lead SharePoint Consulting at Steria on Jun 19, 2013
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These are my slides from the SharePoint konferenz in Vienna on 17th/18th of June 2013 http://www.sharepointkonferenz.at ...
These are my slides from the SharePoint konferenz in Vienna on 17th/18th of June 2013 http://www.sharepointkonferenz.at
SharePoint is typically a strategic decision for companies who intend to use it on a long-term basis. Customizations and enhancements, which means usually farm solutions or apps, are often designed and implemented with disregard to the overall life cycle of the platform.
Future changes of the solutions, changing developers with different preferences in the code design, technical knowledge, documentation standards and quality understanding cause a considerable additional expense for maintenance and operation of solutions.
By applying consistent SharePoint Application Lifecycle Management with Team Foundation Server 2010/2012 and simple "rules of conduct" will allow you to prevent having to start over again when the "expert who knew everything" suddenly leaves the company or the CIO decides once again to replace the consulting firm.
This session presents best practices for SharePoint ALM and tools which can help to spare you the “why didn’t we think about that”-moment in a couple of years from now.
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