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Add a Security Bug Bar to Microsoft Team Foundation....
Add a Security Bug Bar to Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2010.
One of the most contentious tasks a software development team faces during the course of its products’ lifecycles is triaging bugs. Deciding the relative level of importance of any given bug—and consequently determining the chance that that bug might not be fixed at all in time for release—is a serious matter to everyone involved in the product’s development.
Programmers, testers, architects and program managers all have different viewpoints and base their individual triage decisions on disparate factors such as:
This column describes the objective security bug classification system—the “bug bar”—used by Microsoft internal product and online services teams, which is required by the Security Development Lifecycle (SDL). It also shows how you can incorporate this classification system into your own development environment using Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2010.
Security Briefs - Add a Security Bug Bar to Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2010
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