The ALM guy, Brian Keller is in Johannesburg next week. He is here for just 2 days before he flies off, so this if your opportunity to come listen to him talk about application lifecycle management with TFS and Visual Studio. Below is the full details
Application Lifecycle Management with Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server 2012 presented by Brian Keller
Date: 19 September 2012
Time: 15:00 – 17:30, Check in: 14:30
Audience: Architects, Developers, Decision Makers, Testers, Developer Managers
Place: Microsoft Campus, Johannesburg
To register: click here
Microsoft’s application lifecycle management tooling is all about enabling teams to deliver great software.
In this demo-packed session, learn how to engage early and often with your project’s stakeholders to ensure that your team is building the right software for them. Discover tooling to help you more effectively plan and track work by using the new web-based project management tools. Learn how to bridge the divide between development and operations by utilizing IntelliTrace in your production environments and integrating Microsoft System Center with Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server. And, developers can stay on-task and “in the zone” with the new “My Work” and code review features.
In addition to making your team more productive, we show you how you can boost your overall code quality with new features such as code clone and an overhauled unit testing story in the new Visual Studio 2012.
We are excited to announce the release of a new Visual Studio 2012, to help you capitalize on this opportunity immediately.
About Brian Keller: Brian Keller is a Senior Technical Evangelist for Microsoft specializing in Visual Studio and application lifecycle management. Brian has presented at conferences all over the world. Brian is a regular personality on MSDN’s Channel 9 web site, and is co-host of the popular show This Week on Channel 9. Brian has co-authored multiple books, including "Professional Application Lifecycle Management with Visual Studio 2010" and "Professional Team Foundation Server 2010."