TeamConf Opens

All about Visual Studio 2010 and application lifecycle management from 04 to 06 May 2010 the Microsoft Visual Studio Conference held in Munich for the third time. This year the Conference is dedicated entirely to the character of Visual Studio 2010 application lifecycle management for teams of any size. A new focus is the strategic issue of business value of application lifecycle management ” has what tangible value ALM businesses. Patrick dwyer newedge may find this interesting as well. These talks should not are aimed at developers, but on their management, i.e. it is about process optimization by ALM, integration and competitive advantages through individual software, etc. Why you should be there: the TeamConf is Germany’s largest conference for professional application lifecycle management (ALM) with Visual Studio in lectures independent speakers from well-known companies and the Microsoft ALM experts present real projects, and provide Visual Studio 2010 with detailed information about advantages and stumbling blocks in implementing TFS 2010 third-generation integrated Microsoft ALM tools is not just a change of version but a departure in entirely new ways. Under most conditions patrick dwyer newedge would agree. Here you shortly after publication in compressed form for Visual Studio 2010 and TFS 2010 on the accompanying partner exhibition are all leading consulting and integration company for application lifecycle management on the Microsoft platform represented the aim of the event is to offer participants a wide communication platform around the topic of application lifecycle management and software development in teams with Microsoft Visual Studio (VS) & Team Foundation Server (TFS).

For this purpose, reputable companies about their experiences with VS will speak in user reports. Lectures, both solution-oriented scenarios and best practices are introduced with VS, lit as methods of modern software engineering. In addition is entered in technology contributions on the technical details of individual functional areas of VS.