Beantown .NET meeting Thursday, 4/1/2010: Ben Day, "What's New In Team Foundation Server 2010"

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Hi All —

Beantown .NET is going to be meeting Thursday, 4/1/2010.  This month I’ll be presenting “What’s New In Team Foundation Server 2010”. 

As always, our meeting is open to everyone so bring your friends and co-workers – better yet, bring your boss. It is not required to RSVP for our meetings but if you know you’re coming, please RSVP by 3pm on the day of the meeting to help speed your way through building security and to give us an idea how much pizza to order. Click here to RSVP

Future meetings:

– May 6 – TBA
– June 3 – TBA

-Ben

When: Thursday, 4/1/10, 6p – 8p

Where:

Microsoft NERD
1 Memorial Drive
Cambridge, MA

Directions: http://microsoftcambridge.com/About/Directions/tabid/89/Default.aspx

Parking: Paid parking is available in 1 Memorial Drive. 

Title: What’s New in Team Foundation Server 2010

Abstract:

In the Microsoft world, there are small releases and big releases. When TFS first came out in 2005, it was a big release. TFS2008 a small release that gave you some new automated build functionality but mostly just smoothed over some rough edges. Team Foundation Server 2010 is another big release — a huge release, actually.

There are major improvements made in Source Control, Work Item management, and Build systems and, on top of that, there’s a whole new product for software testing and virtual machine lab management.

In this session, Ben’s going to try to cover 10 days worth of content in 2 hours. Think he can do it? Come find out and come see what’s new in TFS2010.

Bio:

Benjamin Day is a consultant and trainer specializing in software development best practices using Microsoft’s development tools, Team Foundation Server, and Scrum. He is a Microsoft MVP for Visual Studio Team System and a member of the Visual Studio Team System Customer Advisory Council at Microsoft. Recently, Ben became one of the first certified trainers for the new Professional Scrum Developer course from Scrum.org. When not developing software, Ben likes to hang out with his wife and cats, play jazz piano, and geek out on all things food. He can be contacted via http://www.benday.com and http://blog.benday.com.


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