That's what my schedule looks like for the next two weeks.
I am flying out to Tampa, FL this Sunday to attend the upcoming SEPG 2008 conference between March 17th and 20th. Microsoft is a sponsor/exhibitor at this conference. This conference is a great event for us to talk to attendees about Visual Studio Team System and the MSF for CMMI Process Improvement template that we ship out of the box. I will be joined by my Microsoft colleague Clementino Mendonca and the following partners in our booth:
Personify Design makers of the TeamLook and TeamSpec products that connects MS Outlook and MS Word into Team Foundation Server ,
Object Consulting makers of the Process Mentor TeamGuide for Team Foundation Server and
CEI America providers of process consulting service for CMMI and Visual Studio Team System.
So what is SEPG 2008?
From SEPG 2008 conference web site:
"At the SEPG North America 2008 conference in Tampa, you'll learn the key to software and systems process management - building quality in from the get-go, starting with the processes you use to acquire and develop systems. Throughout the four-day celebration of our 20th anniversary, we'll pay tribute to two decades of strides in the field of process improvement. Plus, we're ushering in a whole new wave of brilliant minds destined to carry on the innovations SEPG North America has launched worldwide."
09.00 - 09.30 uur: Ontvangst
11.45 - 13.00 uur: Lunch
While in Amsterdam, I also have a series of customer and partner meetings. It's going to be a busy few days in Amsterdam but should be lot of fun.
ALM event in Oslo, Norway
From Amsterdam, I am heading to Oslo, Norway on the 27th to go speak at the ALM event in Oslo, Norway. I will be doing two sessions on ALM and VSTS at this event.
09:00 – 09:45: What is ALM? Benefits of ALM
10:00 – 10:45: How VSTS supports ALM
After the event, I believe our local MS lead has arranged for a customer meeting. This is my first visit to Norway so I am really looking forward to it.
Are you still reading this blog entry? Okay. So there you have it. I will blog about these events once I get back home.