Richard Hundhausen talks about a New TFS 2010 Scrum Process template - June 16th, 2010 in Chicago
Often times, we find out about geek celebrities rolling through town and can snag him for a special event. Next week is no different :) I was able to get Richard Hundhausen for an evening next week, and he’s a VERY good speaker. You may have even read his VSTS 2005 book, or you may often refer to his super cool and handy list of TFS widgets. If not, what are you waiting for, go NOW!! Hope you can make it, and tell your friends…it’s free even!
A first look at Microsoft’s Scrum Process template
Microsoft announced at TechEd a new process template: Team Foundation Server Scrum v1.0 Beta. This is a brand new process template built from the ground up specifically for Scrum teams. Scrum has become a dominant methodology in software development and Microsoft has listened and delivered. In this meeting we will dive into the new process template and explore Team Foundation Server 2010’s ability to support a team implementing Scrum. For more information on Microsoft’s move to better support Scrum read this RedmondDeveloper article: http://bit.ly/9LBTOf
Richard Hundhausen is the president of Accentient, a company that specializes in Application Lifecycle Management using Visual Studio. He has over 25 years of software and database development experience. Richard is a Microsoft Regional Director, Visual Studio ALM MVP, and author of Microsoft's "Professional Scrum Developer" course.
When: Wednesday June 16th, 2010
Where: Microsoft Chicago Office*
200 East Randolph, 2nd Floor MPR 2
Chicago IL 60601
*To comply with security rules a the Aon Center, please be sure to register for the event and bring a photo ID with you on the evening of the event.
5:30pm – 6:15pm: Welcome & Dinner
6:15pm – 7:45pm: Scrum Masters Take the Stage!
7:45pm – 8:30pm: Q&A