What happens with Microsoft Solution Framework?

Posted on 2011-09-27
Last Modified: 2012-08-13
Just a question: What happens to Microsoft Solution Framework (MSF) ? Is it still alive?

According to wikipedia

this link:

is the official site for Microsoft Solution Framework

but if you click it, it redirects us to other site:

Maybe MSF was replaced by MS Patterns and Practices?

Question by:miyahira
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judgeking earned 300 total points
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There do still seem to be references to it, I've some here: (under Precess Guidance)

But yeah, it seems like this concept has been replace by 'Microsoft Solution Accelerators'


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