[it] is interesting to see what is in -what MS and their IT department customers think we need. In: all the Rational-class beaurocratic workflow. Not-in: lightweight presence indicators like highlighting who is editing which file.
The other amusing thing is that the Visual Studio Architect Edition doesnt include testing. That's right. Architects design with fancy UML tools; developers are separate people who write tests, testers are people who run them.
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Monday, May 24, 2004
Improvements needed in VS Team Edition
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