The Agile Dev in Waterfall Government webcast scheduled for March 22nd has been rescheduled – this webcast will be offered again on April 3rd and we hope you can join us! Please see below for details.
Microsoft Webcast: Agile Dev in Waterfall Government: Introducing GovDev for TFS 2010 – April 3, 2012
Event ID: 1032508149
Event Date: April 3, 2012
Event Time: 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM EDT
Please note: The link for this webcast will be available on April 3rd, 2012 at 2:30 PM EDT
Topic: While Federal development teams each have unique challenges, one common question tends to persists "How can we do iterative development but still provide the appropriate level of status documentation to the Program which runs a Waterfall based process?". Team Foundation Server (TFS) provides a unified repository and customizable process engine for all your SDLC activates and artifacts. TFS leverages the concept of customizable Processes Templates to help projects align to desired processes such as CMMi, Agile, Scrum, TDD, Kanban and Secure-Dev-Lifecycle. This session will review this concept and introduce a new open-source Process Template dubbed "GovDev". Join us for a deep dive look at how the GovDev for TFS Accelerator sets out to enable the perfect mix of iterative development under the typical Waterfall requirements and stages. (Download GovDev for TFS 2010 at: http://govdevfortfs.codeplex.com)
Suggested Attendees: Technical decision makers, developers and architects
Presenter: David Baliles is a Developer Technical Specialist for Microsoft working with US State and Local Government customers.
If you are not able to join us for this webcast, please join us at one of the other upcoming dates/times: