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Three Microsoft Developer Tool Integration Insights If you're part of a substantial development organization standardized on Microsoft development tools, chances are you'll need to integrate Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS) and Visual Studio with third-party tools. The DevOps movement further highlights the need to connect a diverse set of people, processes, and tools, including the business stakeholders and the operations space. When establishing a modern end-to-end development practice you'll almost certainly need to hit the integration button. Here are a few insights to set you on the right path: 1: Visual Studio IDE Plugins Are Not Always the Best Option The Microsoft Visual Studio Integrated Development Environment (IDE) is highly extensible, with thousands of plugins for every imaginable purpose. Want to tweet right from your IDE? There's a plugin for that... (more)

Debunking the OSLC Link-Only Myth | @DevOpsSummit #API #Agile #DevOps

Most large organizations require dozens and sometimes hundreds of specialized software tools to manage the lifecycle of the physical products or software applications they create. It isn't hard to imagine the monumental waste these organizations incur in attempting to manually coordinate the efforts of the teams that use these many disparate tools to create a single product. Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC) is an open community for creating specifications for integrating lifecycle activities across tools to address this problem. Now imagine how much more happy and... (more)