Accentient is covering a really unique and sought after topic next month, Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) for C++ Development Teams. If you thought ALM and TFS was just for managed .NET code, think again! This webcast will be delivered on Nov. 4th at 10am Pacific time.
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Visual Studio 2010 provides great Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) capabilities that all teams should leverage. C++ development teams are no exception. They still have to plan, track, design, develop, build, and test their native code applications.
In this webcast we will discuss ALM as it pertains to C++ teams and Visual Studio 2010 as it supports their software engineering requirements.
This webcast will be led by Richard Hundhausen and Donis Marshall. Richard Hundhausen is the President of Accentient, a Microsoft Regional Director and a Visual Studio ALM MVP. Donis Marshall is the author of several Microsoft Press books and an experienced C++ developer.