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Bye, bye Scrum dashboard, hello TFS Work Item Manager?

Yesterday, my husband told me about the new funky WPF client for TFS and a couple of minutes later a colleague of mine had installed it and we were testing it. The UI isn’t all self explaining but it looks promising. I hope I can test it better next week.

Here is the link if you want to try it out


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  1. prasannaprabhu
    2009/09/13 at 9:19 pm

    Cool, very informative tool.

    1. Hope they will post it on CodePlex as OpenSource
    2. Why Thick-Client? Will we see a Thin-Client anytime soon?

  2. Fareesa
    2009/09/15 at 4:59 am

    Hope you are doing well, I need some research input for a study based on Offshore Agile software development.

    It would be very kind of you if I may be able to get your participations for this research study

    The research form could be access at


    Your feedback will help me to conclude, which type of the software development is best suitable for offshore and Agile process model, and what kind of developmental strategies a company should adopt in a particular situation, or for a specific project type, for successful development of the offshore software project by using Agile process model.

    I will appreciate your contribution and support.

    Thank you

    Fareesa Malik

  3. Joe Davis
    2009/11/03 at 1:45 am

    If you want a thin client to manage you agile project in TFS have a look at Urban Turtle. The UI reproduce a real Scrum room !

    Great tool !

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