Be sure to add this to your calendar for this Thursday (tomorrow) if you’re interested in Visual Studio 2005 Team System Extensibility. To understand the extensibility architecture is to understand the underpinnings of Team Foundation’s architecture since it is built on top it.
Start Time: Thursday, September 23, 2004 1:00 PM (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
End Time: Thursday, September 23, 2004 2:30 PM (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
Products: Visual Studio.
Recommended Audience: Developer.
Description: Visual Studio® Team System is a powerful new suite of tools and facilities to be offered as part of the Visual Studio 2005 family. At its core lies the Team Foundation, a set of server-based team collaboration tools that supports source control, work item tracking, build creation and more, enabling organizations to effortlessly manage and track the progress and health of software development projects. The Team Foundation is built on a flexible model that supports extension by third parties and customers alike. In this webcast, we will focus on the Team Foundation extensibility architecture while providing a broad overview of extensibility throughout the tools included in Visual Studio Team System.
Presenter: Dennis Minium, Lead Program Manager, Microsoft Corp.
Dennis Minium is a Lead Program Manager on Visual Studio Team System. He is responsible for defining and designing the integration architecture for VSTS. His principal focus is to ensure that the Team Foundation software on which VSTS is built is a rich and friendly environment for extension and customization by partners and customers alike. Prior to joining the VSTS team, he worked on application development tools of various stripes at Microsoft. His career before Microsoft was focused on the creation of tools and methods for enterprise application development.