Tampa Code Camp

I’ll be speaking at Tampa Code Camp tomorrow (October 13th).  I have two sessions: 1:15: A Lap Around TFS 2012 Backlog, Sprint Planning, Task Board, Code Review, My Work, Suspend, Feedback management, Exploratory Testing, Storyboards, and the list goes on. We’ll explore the new features of TFS 2012 that will help you become more productive […]

I’m a Visual Studio ALM MVP

I’m so excited that this morning I was awarded the Microsoft MVP Award in the Visual Studio ALM category.  This is my first time as an MVP and I’m really honored to have achieved this and I really look forward to learning and getting involved with my fellow MVP’s. I’m very lucky and blessed to […]

ALM Rangers – Some information and resources

I’m often asked about what it means to be part of the ALM Rangers and what type of work we are involved with.  Follow this link for a great way to describe it.  An abstract of what we do (copied directly from http://blogs.msdn.com/b/willy-peter_schaub/archive/2012/03/31/understanding-the-visual-studio-alm-rangers.aspx): The ALM Rangers are focused primarily on the delivery of out-of-band tooling […]

Visual Studio 11 ALM Roadshow

This Friday, April 27th, I will join Jim Blizzard to present at the VS 11 ALM Roadshow in Ft. Lauderdale. The East Region tour runs through May 24th, you can see all the stops here.  Here is a description of the event from the Microsoft site: Visual Studio 11 ALM Roadshow:Define, Deliver and Operate Wildly […]