Time reporting with TFS

One area that some people dislike about TFS is also an area that others vehemently defend – that of “time tracking.”  TFS is optimized for agile projects and can easily manage and track point-in-estimates, remaining work and completed work on individual tasks.  This is more that sufficient for standard agile project management techniques and reports…

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Not going to //BUILD? There are other options…

Microsoft’s primary forward looking developer conference (//BUILD/) is happening this week.  Unfortunately, as usual, //BUILD/ is sold out.  Fortunately, as usual, Channel 9 will be broadcasting the keynotes live and sessions (after a 24-48 hour delay)! This is a great use for that second monitor and a headset, so you can at least partially tune…

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DENVER: Are you Agile? Do you Scrum?

Scrum is the #1 framework chosen by Agile software development teams. Visual Studio is a leader in Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) tools. The combination purge goodness (and so is the potential value for you and your development teams)! The Microsoft Denver office will be hosting Professional Scrum Trainers Richard Hundhausen & Charles Bradley on Friday,…

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Las Vegas developers… mark your calendar!

If you’re a developer in the Las Vegas area and you’re interested in the latest development tools and technologies from Microsoft, we’re coming for you!  Myself and other Microsoft technologists are going to be at the InNEVation Center on Tuesday, February 18th.  This free half-day event (Modern Web and App Development with Visual Studio 2013)…

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2014 Development Events for the US Desert Mountain Region

I hope everyone had a great holiday season.  This year is starting off fast with a variety of great events focused on Visual Studio, ALM and related development technologies.  If you’re interested in learning what’s new, try one of these Microsoft or partner-focused events out.  They are all free and some are available as online…

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