2010 and the .NET Framework 4.0 mark the of developer tools from . Designed to address the latest needs of developers, and the .NET Framework deliver key innovations in the following pillars:
- Democratizing Application Lifecycle Management
Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) crosses many roles within an organization and traditionally not every one of the roles has been an equal player in the process. 2010 continues to build the platform for functional equality and shared commitment across an organization’ s ALM process.
- Enabling emerging trends
Every year the industry develops new technologies and new trends. With Visual Studio 2010, Microsoft delivers tooling and framework support for the latest innovations in application architecture, development and deployment.
- Inspiring developer delight
Ever since the first release of Visual Studio, Microsoft has set the bar for developer productivity and flexibility. Visual Studio 2010 continues to deliver on the core developer experience by significantly improving upon it for roles involved with the .
- Riding the
Microsoft continues to invest in the market leading operating system, productivity application and server platforms to deliver increased customer value in these offerings. With Visual Studio 2010 customers will have the tooling support needed to create amazing solutions around these technologies. wave
- Breakthrough Departmental Applications
Customers continue to build applications that span from department to the enterprise. Visual Studio 2010 will ensure development is supported across this wide spectrum of applications.
| Microsoft Visual Studio Team System 2010 – Democratizing Application Lifecycle Management|
Visual Studio Team System 2010 will deliver new capabilities that embrace the needs of the users in the lifecycle – from architects to developers, from project managers to testers.
| Among the great new functionality in VSTS 2010:</p>|
|Key to a shared understanding of the application is the use of modeling tools. Modeling has traditionally been done by professional architects and system designers. Our approach is to enable both technical and non-technical users to create and use models to collaborate and to define business and system functionality graphically.|
From the design of the application through to the actual writing of the code, one of the most difficult problems has always been that of the bug that can’t be reproduced – the “no-repro” bug. There are a lot of factors that drive these types of bugs and we have worked to create tools to help isolate the issue and allow faster fixes. One of the common blockers to reproducing a bug is the collection of actionable data on the bug. By dramatically simplifying the tools required to integrate testing across the lifecycle, we are further introducing new non-technical users to the application lifecycle.
| Better Together – Visual Studio Team System Development Edition and Database Edition|
In recognition of the increased need to integrate more of the lifecycle members together, we will provide a unified Development and Database product in Visual Studio Team System 2010. Beginning October 1, 2008 Development Edition and Database Edition MSDN subscribers will have access to both products.
| See Visual Studio 2010 in Action on Channel 9|
During the week of September 29, 2008, Channel 9 will be publishing new Visual Studio Team System 2010 videos daily. During the week you can watch videos covering many of the aspects of Visual Studio Team System 2010, including an overview of new capabilities, software quality, project management and Team Foundation Server, featuring Brian Harry. Watch the videos now.
|Learn More About Visual Studio Team System 2010|
|To learn more about the new features and capabilities in Visual Studio Team System 2010 follow the links below.|