Today was a phenomenal ALM Rangers day, with project leads, project members and product owners pouring invaluable knowledge, energy and passion into the sessions. A huge THANK YOU and Kudos to Paul, Pramod, Ed, Rob, Gregg, Tina, Mario and most importantly a phenomenal audience!
We tried a number of new experiments and hope that we will get candid feedback to allow us to pick the nuggets and continue to improve the sessions during this and future TechReady events. Some of the new experiments included:
- Intro videos to give the audience a quick overview of the ALM Rangers while settling down.
- Show what we have videos for guidance projects to efficiently and quickly step through all content.
- Mini-workshop exercises (10min) to get the audience thinking in terms of the session context and coming up with questions.
Take note of tomorrow’s ALM Ranger sessions, highlighted in yellow,
struck through indicates that session has been delivered: DEV329 * : Learning the new source code management (SCM) features of Visual Studio 11(cancelled)
- DEV353 * : Beyond BRDLite
- DEVCT202 * : How to land ALM Assessments by the customers
DEVCT203 * : Quick References
- DEVCT301 * : Visual Studio Architecture Tooling Guidance(ABE)
DEVCT302 * : VM Factory DEVCT303 * : TFS Upgrade Guidance DEVCT306 * : Team Foundation Server Project Planning
- DEVCT307 * : Team Foundation Server Process Template Customization Guidance
- DEVCT309 * : Test Release Management Guidance
DEVCT310 * : Ruck, Scrum, and using TFS on Windows Azure DEVCT313 * : Practical Kanban Guidance
Finally, the usual pictures …
|The search for more new beers continues … last night it was Rogue 🙂|
Rob Jarratt and Gregg Boer in the Practical Kanban session.
|Ed Holloway and Pramod Vasanth in the Upgrade Guidance session (left).
Bijan Javidi ensuring the new ALM Rangers shirt first Ed (right).
|Bijan and Gregg Boer (left), and Bijan and Mario Rodriguez (right) “all smiles”|
|Experiment #1 … 10min mini-workshops.|
|Mario Rodriguez was on such a roll, traveling through scaling topics with full afterburners, that Tina Erwee and Gregg probably often wondered when he would take a deep breath
Wow, Mario you have such energy and passion!
|Best not to look under the speaker table … but important to remember notes made on the whiteboard.|
|Experiment #2 … the show what we have and quick introduction videos.|
See you tomorrow at the BRDLite and Architecture sessions, and at Ask-The-Expert in the evening.