MSF for Agile Software Development 5 – Process Guidance in Word format


If you’re like me, you like to print things out and sit down with them to really absorb and understand them.  Couldn’t find any way to nicely print out the MSF Process Guidance for Agile in the new Visual Studio 2010 Team Foundation Server, so I made my own!

Enjoy!

MSF for Agile Software Development v5 – Process Guidance

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  2. Aaron Bjork says:

    Great stuff Leonard. Just curious… how did you produce this document?

    • I actually did a lot of cutting and pasting. I’ve been thinking about automating it with a screen scraper; but hope that msdn doesn’t change the html on me anytime soon :)

  3. Avery says:

    Thank you for this. Navigating the process guidance on MSDN has been challenging to say the least. As a beginner to TFS, my experience of finding an entry point and a path through the MSDN process guidance has be daunting. I’m surprised that given the steep learning curve of TFS, Microsoft hasn’t done exactly what you have to make it easier by producing a downloadable document of the MSDN TFS Guidance content. Good job.

  4. Joel Kotarski says:

    Hi Leonard,
    This is superb work (and I’m sure took a while) – thank you! Any chance you were thinking of doing the same for the newly released Microsoft Visual Studio Scrum 1.0 template?

  5. Hi there, You’ve performed an incredible job. I’ll definitely digg
    it and in my view suggest to my friends. I’m confident they will be benefited from this site.

  6. Thanks Leonard, great job. I hope you do the same for other processes as well.

  7. Milan says:

    do you have a copy for 6.0??
    Btw, this is very useful…I can’t thank you enough

  8. garyherd says:

    Great job. Thanks for putting this together!

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