Quick! I need input for an article!
I'm writing a short article about Visual Studio Team System, which will be published on Monday. The ideal person to respond to this is someone with a fair amount of experience with Microsoft's Visual Studio Team System or related tools -- not an expert, just someone who is familiar with it. But I'm equally happy to hear from other QA professionals for this.
I'd like you to read the draft of my article (which I haven't written yet, but will Real Soon). Then I'll ask you one or two questions, so I can have a "real world" developer response to this (obviously Microsoft-centric) item. (It might be, "What a bad idea!" or "Wow, I'd really like it if they let me...")
If you think you'd have 10 minutes free between now and Monday morning, I'll tell you more one-on-one. Please send me a private message. (We can do this in SQA forums messaging but it'll be faster if I haveh your e-mail ID.)
I do need you to go on the record. i.e. I would need your name, title, and either company name or a solid description, such as 'My name is Inigo Montoya. I'm a senior software tester at a financial firm in Phoenix. Prepare for your code to die.'
senior online editor, CIO.com
Re: Quick! I need input for an article!
The article is live -- thanks for help from folks here!
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