July 2012 Blog Posts

TeamCompanion and Visual Studio 2012 - together and compatible

TeamCompanion is famously up to speed. Simultaneously with the release of Microsoft Visual Studio 2012, a compatible version of TeamCompanion will sneak in your Office Outlook clients everywhere! It has been publicly Tweeted from Microsoft that Visual Studio 2012, including all of the individual components of the Visual Studio family will release to manufacturing (RTM) at the same time as Windows 8 RTM – which means that it can be expected in September. We are proud to announce that TeamCompanion will be ready and waiting to offer smooth integration, offline support, exciting agile project management support and...

Rapid burndown

Burndown charts are used to track the total work remaining and to project the likelihood of achieving the goal in a project. Unlike traditional charts, TeamCompanion Burndown graph ensures a flexible management of iteration steps. Learn how to use it! A burndown chart shows the actual and estimated amount of work to be done in a sprint, or, in other words, it shows work left to do versus time. The horizontal x-axis in a burndown chart indicates time, and the vertical y-axis indicates the amount of work left . Burndown charts are used to track the total work remaining...