|Microsoft announces code names for each and every product of themThese are some of the code names of my knowledge|
|Windows Workflow Foundation||WinOE|
|Windows Presentation Foundation(WPF)||Avalon(Old Name)|
|Windows Presentation Foundation||Cider (New one)|
|Windows Communication Foundation (WCF)||Indigo|
|Windows Vista||Long Horn(Old Name)|
|Windows Vista||Fusy(new one)|
|Expression Graphics Designer||Acrylic|
|Expression Interactive Designer Quartz||Sparkle|
|Expression Web Designer||Quartz|
This half-day clinic will give project managers, IT leaders, architects and developers role-specific familiarity with the features of Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server.
General Session Part 1:
Preparing the Development Team & Environment during this session, we will show you how Visual Studio Team Foundation Server helps automate the development lifecycle process and strengthen team communications. We will review the processes available with TFS and process customization. We will show how existing tools can be integrated with Team Foundation Server and how project work items can be tracked in multiple tools.
General Session Part 2:
Managing the Development Lifecycle during this session, we will show you how Visual Studio Team Foundation Server helps you set and enforce software quality standards and IT operations policy. We will also address advanced analysis and reporting, which provides insight into quality, performance, and reliability issues before they happen. We will also address assigning project tasks and tracking their progress through the development lifecycle.
|Date:||Tuesday, May 30, 2006|
8:30 AM - 11:45 AM Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Location: Detroit, Michigan
Language: English-United States
|Recommended For:||software architects, business decision makers, developers|
Visual Studio 6.0, Visual Studio 2005 Team System, Visual Studio 2005, Visual Studio
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India is poised to be US$ 70 billion software market in 2009, providing direct employment to more than 2.2 million (and nearly twice the number by way of indirect employment).
The total number of IT and ITES professionals employed in India has grown from 284,000 in 1999-2000 to over 1 million in 2004-05, growing by over 200,000 in the last year alone.
Total IT Software and services employment to reach 1,287,000 in FY06.
In addition to the nearly 1.3 million-strong workforce employed directly in the industry, Indian IT-ITES is estimated to have helped create an additional 3 million job opportunities through indirect and induced employment.