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Introducing TFSPreview: Application Lifecycle Management in the Cloud!

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Published Tuesday, September 20, 2011 8:00 AM by andyleonard

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Adeel said:

Hi. Thank you for the details about the setup. Fortunately, I'm able to get the invitation and your blog is really helpful!

Can you give me a little insight about the Scrum2prev1? Normally the scrum rundown is like: we have a complete product backlog with user stories (the format like "As a <user> I want to do <something>"), we split it into sprint backlogs and for each sprint we create tickets which further get assigned to the developers. But in tfspreview's scrum, we can create the product backlog item as we as the ticket independently!

Shouldn't the given ticket be always contained by the product backlog item? Can you please quickly explain me the flow and classification in terms of the actual controls provided by the tfspreview?


January 25, 2012 6:11 AM

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