While a couple of weeks that has come to the market, just now I have time to do a bit of self-aggrandizement and promote my new book on teamwork with Visual Studio Alm. Again I’ve profited from CampusMVP people so that they are those who publish the book, although this time is a book 100% different from the previous. In my previous book "Visual Studio 2010.".NET 4.0 and ALM"did a tour of many of the innovations of this version of Visual Studio and."NET Framework. I had my favor a new language that comment on F # (that thing stupid is now in version 3.0), a new IDE, new tools, etc.
Now the focus is different. After over 6 years working with Visual Studio + Team Foundation decided to translate a book my experiences in this regard. In this book I would like a review by the ABC of the bases of a software project: management of code source, work management and quality management. It’s amazing the amount of software projects often fail to have problems in any of these pillars; and that’s why I commented some experiences and suggestions.
Beware! I assume that if you sit down with this book (or read it standing on the subway) you’ll meet ALM tools and concepts of AGILE, SCRUM, etc. Even you can carry out all the examples and suggestions without the tools of Visual Studio ALM (although I do not think that anyone does).
In short, it is a book of personal experiences and suggestions on how to carry out a software project working as a team.
If you want to give a look the first 27 pages, where you’ll see a little stories of vampires and merge, you can do it fromhttp://es.scribd.com/doc/71555650/Trabajo-en-equipo-con-Visual-Studio-ALM-Bruno-Capuano-Krasis-Press-Indice
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PS: all the money raised from the book going to a bank account of the Valentino and la Martina. My grateful dwarves