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Didn’t get a chance to attend the ALM Summit, here are the online sessions…

For those of you that are practicing ALM and did not get a chance to attend the ALM Summit, here is a quick summary for the event and links to the online streamed sessions. 

 

Event Summary

This year was our first ALM Summit. The outbound marketing team worked with the engineering and product management teams with two main goals in mind:

 

1.     Bring key customers, analysts and luminaries together over three days to align views on ALM.

2.       Create a new wave of content for the field and our customers.

 

Targeting TDMs, the 3-day event included 21 sessions covering a wide range of topics. We attracted industry leaders as speakers to the event and brought key partners in the mix. We had great feedback with 98% of attendees indicating they would recommend the event to their peers in the future and a 165 NSAT score! 

 

As a result we decided to further scale and re-run the ALM Summit in FY12. The plans for the next summit will be available in Q3.

ALM Summit Site

alm-summit.com

 

Session Abstracts

alm-summit.com/almsummit/schedule.asp

 

Online Streamed Sessions

View at Microsoft Showcase

 

Key Speakers

Ken Schwaber

Scrum Alliance                         

Brian Henry

Technical Fellow            

Dave West

Forrester Research                         

Sam Guckenheimer

Microsoft   

Tony Scott

CIO, Microsoft


Speaker

Session Title

Downloads

Day 1

Ken Schwaber (scrum.org)

Keynote: Scrum: The 3rd Decade

The inventor of Scrum describes his collaboration with Microsoft to create the Professional Scrum Developer training for VS 2010 customers.

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David West (Forrester)

The State of ALM: An Industry View

Dave is full of insights and data about the state of agile adoption in the industry and Microsoft’s emerging leadership.  He is hilariously entertaining.   This is a must watch.

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Jamie Cool

Heterogeneous ALM Environments

Any customer who questions whether we are serious about 1st-class Java support in TFS should watch Jamie demo Team Explorer Everywhere.  He flips between Linux and Windows and demonstrates gated check-in catching errors in Java development on a mixed technology project.

Watch video

Tony Scott

Keynote: CIO Perspectives on Innovation

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John Szurek (Clear Channel)