This month, user group vice president Richard Angus is giving us a look at a great new feature include din TFS 2012.
In this session Richard will demonstrate PreEmptive Analytics Community Edition for Team Foundation Server. This is a third party tool created by PreEmptive which allows you to gain insight into errors experienced by your customers. By instrumenting your application for analytics, you’ll be able to see these exceptions in Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012 so you can easily triage them right alongside your bugs. Exceptions are analyzed, correlated, and distilled into a set of “production incidents” based on the rules and operational thresholds you specify.
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..
Date: Friday, 5th October 2012
Time: 7:30am Breakfast – 8:00am Presentation – 9:00am Finish
Where: Microsoft Office – South Stradbroke Island room Level 28, 400 George Street Brisbane