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Check out the fall schedule of webinars from Imaginet!
How to Get Control Over Your Portfolio of Projects with Agile and TFS
REGISTER - OCTOBER 24TH AT 12:00PM CST
REGISTER - NOVEMBER 7TH AT 12:00PM CST
Scrum and agile management methodologies focus on iterative planning, development and release. This session will demonstrate how agile planning, management, and tracking are streamlined with Visual Studio 2013. In addition, this session will review and demonstrate the new Enterprise Agile Management capabilities, which enable larger organizations to effectively manage their Agile projects across all their teams. Come join us for this free webcast!
Presented By: Colin Dembovsky
REGISTER - OCTOBER 31ST AT 12:00PM CST
REGISTER - NOVEMBER 14TH AT 12:00PM CST
With the next 2013 release of Visual Studio and related tools, some features rise to the top as new stars. Some of these new features include: Agile Portfolio Management, Cloud Load Testing, Team Room Collaboration, New Code/Test Indicators, New Memory Diagnostics, Enhanced Web Based Test Case Management, Git Integration with TFS, In-Flight Release Management, etc. In this session, we'll briefly discuss the breadth of new features and then spend some time demonstrating the ones that could make the biggest difference in the success of your development projects. Come join us for this free webcast!
REGISTER - NOVEMBER 21ST AT 12:00PM CST
REGISTER - DECEMBER 12TH AT 12:00PM CST
The next version of Visual Studio is rich with new tools that enhance standard developer activities. In this session, we will review and demonstrate some of the new features, such as lightweight code commenting, the new heads-up display, Team Room collaboration, memory diagnostics, improved Team Explorer usability, new code/test indicators, Git integration, etc. Come join us for this free webcast!
REGISTER - DECEMBER 5TH AT 12:00PM CST
REGISTER - DECEMBER 19TH AT 12:00PM CST
Kanban was originally created as a scheduling system to help manufacturing organizations determine what to produce, when to produce it, and how much to produce. Although this may not sound like software development, these lean principles can be successfully applied to development teams to improve the delivery of value through better visibility and limits on work in process. This webinar will provide an overview of the Kanban method, including the history and motivation, the core principles and practices, and how these apply to efficiency and process improvement in software development.
Presented By: Dave White