A look at all things new and exciting for ALM professionals using Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2013.
As a member of a software team, I’d love to get a lap around many of the new and improved features for Application Lifecycle Management in Visual Studio 2013 and Team Foundation Server 2013. This will allow me to focus in on the key areas that I could start using in my role as a developer, tester, or business analyst.
Anthony Borton is an ALM trainer and consultant for Enhance ALM, an Australian based company specializing in helping organizations successfully adopt ALM best practices. He is a Microsoft MVP for Visual Studio ALM as well as a Microsoft Certified Trainer. Anthony is an engaging speaker with experience presenting at conferences around the world including Microsoft TechEd in the United States, Europe, Australia and New Zealand. He is the author of eight TFS 2012 training courses and delivers the most comprehensive range of TFS courses in the world today. Anthony was Australia’s first Professional Scrum Developer (.NET) Trainer and has completed over 58 Microsoft certification exams. He was one of the first people in the world to earn the new Microsoft Certified Solution Developer: Application Lifecycle Management certification. You can find out more about his courses at http://www.alm-training.com
Date: Friday, 1st November 2013
Time: 7:30am Breakfast – 8:00am Presentation – 9:00am Finish
Where: Microsoft Office – South Stradbroke Island room Level 28, 400 George Street Brisbane