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Anthony Borton is so good he can run a user group in Australia while in Redmond.
Okay turns out he isn’t that good-but he does have really good people helping him and this month, David Cook, is stepping up to the plate to deliver an updated version of a talk he very successfully delivered at the Agile NZ Conference recently.
David's talk was rated one of the top three sessions of the conference so make sure you don't miss it. You'll love the new Microsoft Kanban Template for TFS2010 & TFS"11" Beta.
· QLD ALM Users Group meeting Friday 4th May
This Friday's Meeting (4th May)
Get your Kanban on!
Kanban is a set of principles that can be applied to processes to improve their flow and reduce waste. In this session we demonstrate the basic principles and concepts of Kanban and show how we can apply them at the individual and team level.
We will then look at how you can introduce Kanban into your teams using Team Foundation Server.
Presenter - David Cook
David is a Microsoft Certified Trainer and is the Lead Training Consultant for TechnologyOne - one of Australia's largest ISV's. Over the past 15 years, David has been working with development teams in many large organisations within Australia and the UK in a range of industries such as Government, Banking and Finance to promote software craftsmanship and the adoption of agile development methodologies to streamline and continually improve their application life-cycle management processes.
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