Update - New MSF Agile Prerelease Available
As posted elsewhere on my blog (New to Me:
MSF Agile - Updated on GotDotNet), an updated prerelease version of MSF
Agile is available on GotDotNet:
Update 2 - We had to go back to the original version of MSF
Agile while we investigate some bugs that may hinder evaluation of the most
Microsoft has a contingent heading north of the border to Vancouver, British
Columbia this week for the 19th Annual ACM Conference on Object-Oriented
Programming, Systems, Languages, and Applications (aka OOPSLA).
To see what Microsoft is doing at OOPSLA, be sure to visit:
Check out these blog posts for more information:
- Stuart Kent - Microsoft
- Harry Pierson - OOPSLA Day
- Harry Pierson - Two Down,
One to Go
- rido - OOPSLA
Coad Method's Contribution to Agile
Learn more about Feature-Driven Development (FDD) and understand how it is
"...perhaps the first example of a domain model-driven agile process"
in this post from David
Back to FDD's Roots).
Gareth's Whiteboard - Part 3
Gareth Jones continues his series
distributing my office whiteboard & On coloured
pens) on sharing his 'whiteboard' (Red is for
tomatoes, green is for peppers, blue is for ... giraffes?) and how to
translate his pretty pictures into something machine readable, especially when
the model is not limited to any one domain.
Here's an interesting use of SOA - database replication. Check out this post
from Nick Malik (Using
Service Oriented Architecture concepts for database replication).
In the News
disasters are often people problems (CNN - 10/5/2004) [via Christa's
- The Case for
Developing a Service-Oriented Architecture, Part 1 (developer.com -
Q&A with Joel on (Microsoft) Software (Microsoft Watch -
Upcoming Events (New
Want to hear more about Team System? Here are some upcoming events where
Visual Studio Team System is on the agenda:
- 25 - TechEd Africa Webcasts [Online] -
perhaps a little late...
- 26 - VBUG Support
Meeting [Ipswich, UK]
Got an event you'd like me to include here? Contact me.