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ALM Best Practises for SharePoint Development

with Richard Angus
Abstract: Does this sound familiar?
  • “SharePoint is too hard.”
  • “It does not integrate into our ALM strategy.”
  • “The development requirements are too high”
The truth is, SharePoint development  *is* challenging, and it is because it is challenging that there are great rewards in integrating it into your ALM strategy. SharePoint adoption is growing, and with it the need to integrate the development process into your ALM strategy. During this session, we will explore the some of the strategies you can employ to bring the traditional developer ALM experience to your SharePoint projects, including
  • Choosing between using SharePoint Designer and Visual Studio
  • Using Work item tracking with your SharePoint development
  • Automating SharePoint builds on the Build Server
Date: Friday, 5th August, 2011 Time: 7:30am Breakfast – 8:00am Presentation – 9:00am Finish Where: Microsoft Office – South Stradbroke Island room Level 28, 400 George Street Brisbane RSVP:Reserve your free ticket now   Speaker BIO Richard Angus is an ALM consultant and trainer based in Brisbane, Queensland. He has worked for a number of organisations, including banks and major international IT Consulting companies such as Unisys where he was involved in small and large scale projects across Australia. He has helped a number of organisations upgrade to TFS from earlier products including a large VSS migration project for a large QLD government department. He is passionate about ALM practices, development and architecture, and currently provides consultancy services to organisations looking to improve their application architecture and development processes. He is currently focusing on TFS integration into SharePoint development and Dynamics AX development environments.