Become an expert in the software development life cycle with Visual Studio Team System. Pro Visual Studio 2005 Team System talks about how to perform this work effectively using the new Microsoft Visual Studio Team System (VSTS) product. This book covers all areas of VSTS, from the basics to tips and tricks to make it easier to use. If you are just considering adopting VSTS, you will find the comprehensive overview very informative. You will also be able to dive into any area to get detailed information.
Jeff Levinson is a Solution Design and Integration Architect for The Boeing Company. He is the author of Building Client/Server Applications with VB .NET An ExampleDriven Approach (Apress 2003) and has written several articles for Visual Studio Magazine. He speaks at various Microsoft user groups and was a speaker at Microsofts DevDays 2004. Jeff holds the following certifications MCSD, MCAD, MCSD.NET, MCDBA, SCJP, and Security+. He is currently finishing his Masters in Software Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University. He and his wife Tami live in Redmond, Washington. He enjoys golfing, reading, running, and spending time with his wife.
David Nelson is an Enterprise Solutions Architect and Associate Technical Fellow for The Boeing Company, where he has been employed for 20 years. His tenure at Boeing has allowed him to become expert at various technologies, including database solutions, grid computing, service orientation, and most recently, Visual Studio Team System. David is currently responsible for architecture and design of computing solutions across Boeing, with primary focus on the application of emergent technologies. He has taught Windows Server System (SQL Server, SharePoint Server, and Windows Server) classes, and is regularly invited to present at national industry conferences. David resides in the state of Washington with his wife and five children, where he enjoys riding horses and motorcycles. He is building a tree fort with his sons, planting a garden with his daughters, and restoring a horse trailer for his wife.