User Group Event: A Lap Around Visual Studio Team System 2008
On Monday, November 26th I will be presenting at the .NET Developer's Association user group. My goal for the evenng is to spend 1-2 hours going over Visual Studio Team System 2008, showing off its new features, as well as some of the old stand-by's that were in the 2005 version. Most of my time will be spent in the IDE doing demo's of the functionality. There will be lots of time for Q&A, and some great prizes as well.
A Lap Around Visual Studio Team System 2008
Visual Studio Team System 2008 just RTM'ed (release-to-manufacturing) - now is a great time to learn what Team System can do for you. In this demo-intensive session you will be exposed to many of the new features in Visual Studio Team System 2008. I will cover everything from Team Foundation Server for Work Item Tracking, Version Control and automated builds, to integration with Microsoft Project and Excel, to Unit Testing, Code Coverage and Code Metrics, to database support, to Web testing with AJAX support and the new user-pace model in Load Testing. You will leave with an understanding of how Visual Studio Team System 2008 helps your organization with full Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), and enables you and your team to collaborate and communicate to ensure software quality and provide visibility into the development process.
Monday, November 26, 2007 @ 6:00 pm (presentation begins at 7:00 pm)
Microsoft Building 40, Steptoe Room #1450
I am bringing lots of giveaways, including Team System logo'ed back-packs, books, and yes, even software. I hope to see you there.