As Agile practices continue to evolve and become our customer’s primary choice for work management, we are changing how TFS and Project Server integrate. With the next major version of TFS, TFS ’15’, we will no longer provide an out-of-box integration experience between Project Server and Team Foundation Server.
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We are very excited to provide built-in support for the Scale Agile Framework using our existing Scrum, Agile, and CMMI templates.
Some time ago, we published a whitepaper: Scaled Agile Framework: Using TFS to support epics, release trains, and multiple backlogs, which detailed how to use TFS to support SAFe practices.
EDITED: 6/20/2018. See below.
We are pleased to publish the following whitepaper: Scaled Agile Framework: Using TFS to support epics, release trains, and multiple backlogs.
The Scaled Agile Framework, or SAFe, is gaining popularity among organizations looking to scale Agile practices to the enterprise level.
I’ve had a few people ask: “What if I estimate my tasks in something other than hours, like ideal days or story points?”
The truth of the matter is, the “Remaining Work” field on the Task work item is just a dumb integer.
With this latest Team Foundation Service update, we have updated the process template versions for all the templates. Agile and CMMI are at 6.1. Scrum is at 2.1. This reflects a few minor improvements we’ve made:
– For Agile, the User Story’s state model has been updated to allow you to transition from any state to any other state.