Later this month, the company will launch Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server. I recently met with S. "Soma" Somasegar, Microsoft's development division VP and Rick LaPlante, general manager for the developer division about Team Foundation Server. Even after setting my reality-distortion shields on "full," I found myself nodding in agreement about much of what they were saying.
I like this quote, too:
Team Foundation looks like it will surround development efforts with a container the clarity of a fishbowl rather than a bowling ball. But you'll still need business analysts and the like standing outside where it's dry to translate business requirements into something Nemo can understand--and to keep overeager end users from dumping a whole box of food into the tank in an effort to make him code faster.