Retour d’expérience ‘TFS Online dans une solution industrielle’


frenSome days ago, I had the chance to present a session in the Microsoft Experiences of Paris (in french) to explain how we’ve created a complete industrial application using VSTS (Visual Studio Team Services… or TFS Online).

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In this presentation, I’ve explain how we’ve create a project for a aeronautic company:

  • The Workforce management web portal can plan, distribute, manage times, validate data and generate reports or send data to external systems.
  • We used the Agile Scrum methodology:
    • Definition of the Team (Product owner, Developers team,  Scrum master)
      Creation of this team in VSTS.
    • Creation of the Product Backlog using Features, User Stories and Tasks in VSTS.
    • Review and planning of Sprints.
    • Development with Visual Studio connected to VSTS.
    • Installation of Build and Deployment (Release Management) modules.
  • I’ve also presented some tools and frameworks used technically in this project:
    • To develop the BackEnd services
    • To develop the FrontEnd services
    • To tests all blocks

You can download the slides show on SlideShare.net.

Let me a comment if you need more details.

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Posted in francais, General, Presentation, Team Foundation Server, Visual Studio
6 comments on “Retour d’expérience ‘TFS Online dans une solution industrielle’
  1. Ducobu Jérôme says:

    Are you recorded this session ?

  2. Elizabeth says:

    I was researching content for our social media strategy and came across this post. Such a shame there is not recording of your session! Developing your application with the VSTS is interesting.

    I just wanted to reach out and make an introduction. My name is Elizabeth Britton, and I’m a Marketing Coordinator with Syncfusion. Please let me know of any content you may want to see mentioned in our social media. Keep up the great work!

  3. Ruth says:

    Hi Nice Article… Please provide me a link or attach a doc about TFS(Team Foundation Server)… Because am planning to take Online Training for TFS Training at https://tekslate.com/tfs-training So if i gain Some Knowledge about it i can able to Know Shall i move forward or not…

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