Coffee Talk with Northwest Cadence – TFS and VS 2010

Some of my friends at Northwest Cadence have a “Coffee Talk” series that cover a number of good topics.  Coming up very soon are talks covering migration from Visual Source Safe to Team Foundation Server, as well as a “What’s New” look at Visual Studio 2010 tools for Application Lifecycle Management.  Below are some additional details, as well as some great offerings they have for getting ramped up on the new tester tools!

Coffee Talk Schedule

Grab a cup of coffee, kick up your feet, and jump into the discussion. We look forward to having you!

July 13, 2010: Visual Source Safe to Team Foundation Server: Strategies for Adoption (for full event abstract and to register:

July 27, 2010: What’s New in Visual Studio 2010 ALM Tools (for full event abstract and to register:


NEW 2 Day Training Course: Testing with Test Professional 2010 and Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate

Target Audience: Testers, Test Managers and Development Managers

By the end of the course, testers should be able to:  Testers should be able to start testing software with Microsoft Test Manager and TFS. Test Managers will have enough knowledge to manage testing activities with MTM and TFS. All participants should understand the workflow between developers and testers and understand the benefits of MTM and TFS. In addition, all participants will understand the reports generated by TFS relating to quality and be able to report on application quality on the Cube.  For more information on our course, please Click Here!

The Full Testing Experience - Professional Quality Assurance with Visual Studio 2010

Microsoft and Northwest Cadence are proud to offer this four hour live event – during which we will demonstrate the testing and quality assurance lifecycle using Visual Studio 2010 and Team Foundation Server.  Join us as we dive into the testing tools and testing process you can use to dramatically improve the effectiveness of your QA and Test efforts. You’ll see the Microsoft Test and Lab Management in all its glory as we explore how to manage your test environment, organize test suites, test cases, requirements and bugs, and how to manage both automated and manual test runs. In addition, you’ll see how to easily create an automated test from an existing manual test run. Finally, and most importantly, you’ll discover how insanely easy it is to create bugs that can be simply and reliably reproduced by developers – Visual Studio 2010 is that powerful.





July 7, 2010

Bellevue, WA


July 8, 2010

Portland, OR


July 13, 2010

Mountain View, CA


July 14, 2010

San Francisco, CA


July 15, 2010

Irvine, CA


July 27, 2010

Phoenix, AZ


July 28, 2010

Denver, CO



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