How to: Visualize and describe workflow using UML activity diagrams in Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate

This short YouTube video shows how you can visually describe process workflow by using UML activity diagrams. You can link activity diagram model elements to work items, such as test cases, in Team Foundation Server: [View:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=541Ah8SNVes] For more information about activity diagrams, see the following topics on MSDN: UML Activity Diagrams: Reference UML Activity Diagrams: Guidelines Developing…

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How to: Visualize and describe users' requirements using UML use case diagrams in Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate

This short YouTube video shows how you can visually describe a software system’s users’ requirements by using UML case diagrams and link use cases to work items in Team Foundation Server: [View:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s1pXUjMIjiw] For more information about use case diagrams, see the following topics on MSDN: UML Use Case Diagrams: Reference UML Use Case Diagrams: Guidelines Developing Models…

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Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate helps you gain better control over code dependencies

There’s two ways that you can approach this in Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate: – At the physical level You can visualize your code from the top-down by generating dependency graphs at the overall assembly, namespace, or class level, and then drill down to more granular levels.  If you have a very large solution, this can be overwhelming, so you can also use…

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Trouble with work item links and model elements in Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate?

Why aren’t linked model elements appearing in my work items? In Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate, links between model elements and work items travel in one direction only, from the element to the work item. This means that when you link an element to a work item, the linked element does not appear in the work item….

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