.NET Cross-platform, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP x32, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows 7, Windows Vista x64, Windows Vista x32, Windows XP x64
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The SLPSoft Functional Project Manager for Visual Studio enables projects created inside Visual Studio to be managed inside Visual Studio. The Functional Project Manager for Visual Studio enables software projects to deliver on time, reduce cost of software project, enables developer’s collaboration and feedback, makes Visual Studio more productive; natural object oriented support, agile methodology support, multiuser environment support, and much more.
The Functional Project Manager for Visual Studio enables each project created in Visual Studio to have a lifetime and each developer working in a project must have a function. The Functional Project Manager for Visual Studio enables a project created in Visual Studio to be viewed as a function and when that function is executed a problem is solved. To get started, the Functional Project Manager for Visual Studio can be viewed as follow
A project is started in Visual Studio to solve an identified problem. The Functional Project Manager for Visual Studio enables the developers to clearly identify that problem by having a problem statement. That problem statement is being viewed as the problem statement of the overall project. Given that multiple developers are working in the project, the Functional Project Manager for Visual Studio enables each developer to have his/her own problem statement which is related to the function of each developer.
To better understand how the Functional Project Manager for Visual Studio Works, let’s assume that we start a project in Visual Studio to Read Data from an instrument; so we can call that project WindowsProgramDataReader or WindowsApplicationDataReader. The overall function of the project is to read data to an external instrument attached to a computer. Using the Functional Project Manager for Visual Studio enables the manager or the team to start the project by having a description for the project, then identify the problem the project needs to solve. For instance for our WindowsProgramDataReader we have the main problem like