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Team Up!: Get All Your Devs in a Row with Visual Studio 2005 Team System

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Visual Studio 2005 Team System includes tools to help project managers, architects, developers, testers, and even development managers. In this article, the author provides an overview of Team System using the Visual Studio 2005 December Community Technology Preview, shows you how to set up a development project, and explores the typical development process, from inception through testing.

Chris Menegay

MSDN Magazine April 2005

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