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Pro Visual Studio 2005 Team System Application Development

About The You'll learn how to effectively use Team System to develop new functionality for large distributed systems. New and modified applications must work with existing parts of the system as iterations of the project move through testing to deployment, in order to bring the project to a successful conclusion.. The project takes place in a large, distributed organization with a mix of existing systems

Pro Visual Studio 2005 Team System Application Development brings Visual Studio 2005 Team System to life. You'll learn how to effectively use Team System to develop new functionality for large distributed systems. The book accomplishes this not just by describing the Team System features, but also by leading you through a fictitious, though realistic, project. The project takes place in a large, distributed organization with a mix of existing systems. Risks exist in the possible disruption of the current business enterprise system, and careful planning and phasing of deliverables are necessary. New and modified applications must work with existing parts of the system as iterations of the project move through testing to deployment, in order to bring the project to a successful conclusion. While the project progresses, in-depth discussions explain the use of the features by the various members of the team and the features interactions. The author provides highly detailed examples and discussions, including exploration of the design, coding, and test stages. The further you read, you'll see how to develop portions of the application—some coded in C# and some in Visual Basic—together with their tests, installation tools, and design artifacts.

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The project takes place in a large, distributed organization with a mix of existing systems. The author provides highly detailed examples and discussions, including.

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