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Experience of Migrating a Mid-sized team from Disconnected ALM tools to TFS

Speaker:

Clementino de Mendonca

Abstract:

While working at major game/hardware/casino management system provider, the ALM team migrated a team of about 60 people from a set of disparate ALM tools comprised of SVN/CCNET/Scrumworks/Serena Teamtrack/Word documents/Excel spreadsheets to using TFS for its source control, build, work item tracking, and requirements management. In this presentation we will go over the existing problems, and issues that were resolved with the change, gotchas we found along the way, and added benefits we got from this migration.

Bio:

Clementino de Mendonca is an ALM Architect with 17+ years of experience in Software Development, from ISVs to Consulting companies to IT development shops. He is currently the Neudesic National ALM Architect. Clementino joined Neudesic for its structured approach in helping customers excel on their ALM initiatives. Before joining Neudesic, Clementino worked with Microsoft for 8 years, first as an onsite Application Development Consultant at Dell, and in the last 4 years as part of the Microsoft Services National ALM Team. He was also part of the Visual Studio Process Team in 2007, where he worked on the early design of the process templates shipped with Visual Studio 2010.

Recorded At:

Austin TFS UG

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