Office hours are back!
March 15th, 2011 at the Microsoft Denver Office Come join Microsoft and Notion Solutions as we present the latest tools and techniques for managing your software process to attain quality software using Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 and the Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) tools provided with this release. These new tools provide significant value beyond what is available with Microsoft Visual Studio Team System 2008. This roadshow covers the following topics:
(9:00-11:00am) This is an overview of Visual Studio 2010 and ALM tools and highlights the difference between Visual Studio Team System 2005/2008 and the new Visual Studio 2010, including the new Team Foundation Server features, the new modeling and debugging tools, as well as the latest in capabilities for managing and performing testing.
(11:00-12:00pm) This is an overview of the best practices for utilizing Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2010 and Microsoft Visual Studio Team Explorer Everywhere for development activities beyond Microsoft and the Windows platform. This presentation will shows development teams using mixed and non-Microsoft platforms how to effectively leverage TFS 2010 to adopt work item tracking, version control, and automated build and test technologies.
(1:00-3:30pm) This is an overview of the Visual Studio 2010 and the Visual Studio Test Professional 2010 testing tools, including using the new Microsoft Test Manager 2010 to manage your testing and using test automation to automate your UI testing. The use of Microsoft Visual Studio Lab Management 2010 will be discussed as a means of automating the creation of virtual environments for testing purposes. See how the Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 testing and lab tools can help streamlining your entire testing lifecycle.
March 15th, 2011
Register via this link: http://www.clicktoattend.com/?id=153134
I hope to see you there!
If you didn’t know, MSDN provides several free training courses (read: great instructional videos with downloadable source code, plus offline options which include presentations for sharing the good word!).
Several topics have been updated, and now Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 development trainings have recently been moved from Channel 9 to MSDN.
Take a peek! The training home page is here, which contains links to the below training topics:
Windows Phone 7 Training Course
Windows Azure Platform Training Course
Silverlight 4 Training Course
Visual Studio 2010 Training Course
Windows 7 Training Course
Office 2010 Developer Training Course
SharePoint 2010 Developer Training Course
Unified Communications "14" Training Course (Lync)
Identity Training Course
SQL Server 2008 R2 Business Intelligence Training Course
Take advantage of these free training courses. It’s a terrific way to get your development feet wet in a new technology!
Thanks to those of you who attended the DevExpress webinars I delivered this week. I hope it was worth your 60 minutes!
As promised, below is the content from each webinar. I’ve posted the slide decks on SlideShare.net, and the sample code from my second webinar on SkyDrive.
(view the replay here at DevExpress)
The sample project from this webinar can be found here on SkyDrive (click on DevTesting-Samples.zip).
Again, thanks for attending! I had a lot of fun!