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with Carl Rogers from Object Consulting

Please join us for an informative breakfast meeting!

Process MeNtOR TeamGuide leverages the infrastructure provided by Team Foundation Server to provide a dynamic process composition capability that accelerates team productivity.

This presentation will demonstrate how to define, publish, compose and execute your application development process that fits the size and style of your project – regardless of whether your process is based on SCRUM, Prince2 or CMMI.

The presentation will highlight the new features within Release 2 of Process MeNtOR TeamGuide for VS2008.

 

Topic:

Improving Team Productivity via Process Enactment with Team Foundation Server

Date:
Friday, 18th April, 2008
Time:
7:30am Breakfast -  8:00am Presentation 
Where:
Microsoft Office
Theatre 1, Level 9 Waterfront Place
1 Eagle Street, Brisbane 

RSVP:

Reserve your free ticket by registering here 

 Speaker: Carl Rogers - ProcessMeNtOR

Carl Rogers is a Principal Consultant and Process Development Architect for Process MeNtOR®, Object Consulting’s own component-based software development methodology and a strategic piece of intellectual property for the company.

Carl has over 20 years of experience in information management and analysis gained across the finance, defence and commercial airline industries. He has worked with the major software development methodologies and technologies and thrives on aligning business processes to appropriate technologies in order to deliver innovative solutions.

In addition to managing Process MeNtOR, Carl works within Object’s Capability Improvement Division focussing on delivering properly planned, managed and tracked capability improvement initiatives to improve an organisation’s ability to deliver quality software.

Carl holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Melbourne and a Graduate Diploma in Information Technology from the University of Southern Queensland. He is a member of the Australian Institute of Management (AIM), International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA), and an Associate Member of the Australian Computer Society (ACS).