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 07/07/2008 08:10
 

Hi

What's your opinion on choosing tools for a .NET software development process, covering the following:

- Requirements repository
- Bug tracking and feature management
- Wiki
- Source control
- Testing

1) Would you go for more powerful individual applications, such as HP Quality Center for requirements and testing, JIRA for bugs and features, Confluence for wiki, and TFS for source control?

2) Or an integrated solution using just TFS for everything, but where the individual components might not be as good as the industry-leading applications?

Chris

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