Rangers – Visual Studio 2010 Team Foundation Server Requirements Management Guidance ships to Codeplex

Cowabunga! A few minutes ago, we published Visual Studio 2010 Team Foundation Server Requirements Management Guidance on Codeplex.

This has, so far been quite a hectic (which is good) shipping week of Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server 2010 focused guidance …
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With one more Rangers project to ship shortly we have published the following content this week:

Back to the world of Requirements Management …


Kudos to Mike who lead this Ranger project, special thanks to authors and contributors.


This Ranger solution addresses the People, Process, and Technology guidance for Requirements Engineering (RE) using Team Foundation Server. The goal of this guidance is to provide formalized Microsoft field experience in the form of recommended procedures and processes, Visual Studio Team System and Team Foundation Server configurations, and skill development references for the Requirements Engineering discipline of your application lifecycle.

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This guidance is created by the Rangers who have the mission to provide out of band solutions for missing features or guidance. This content was created with support from Microsoft Product Group, Microsoft Most Valued Professionals (MVPs) and technical specialists from technology communities around the globe, giving you a real-world view from the field, where the technology has been tested and used.

What is in the package?

Requirements Management is a vast area with many disciplines. To address your areas of interest and expertise, we have packaged the content in 9 zip files:

  1. Introduction: RM Rangers Guide to the Complete Guide Start Here
  2. Requirements Management Planning
  3. Requirements Traceability
  4. Analysis and Breakdown
  5. Requirements Elicitation
  6. Requirements Specification
  7. Requirements Validation
  8. Requirements Change Management and Approval
  9. Requirements Management checklist sheet

Download your copy today!

Comments (1)

  1. I have been asked by bosses at my company to ask you guys to please also include links in PDF format for all the stuff you guys have released. Not everyone has an XPS viewer installed by default.

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