Webinar Alert - Team Foundation Server for Developers

15 February 2011

Learn what Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server (TFS) means for you as a Microsoft .NET developer.

The webinar is presented by Steve Lange who is a Developer Technology Specialist for Microsoft. And his specialty is VSTS!

Learn about:

  • Fundamentals of TFS version control system
  • Seamless integration w/work item tracking and automated build
  • How TFS can improve project visibility without adding overhead to the developer

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Click the register button below and attend the webinar on Tuesday, February 22nd, 2011 at 10AM PST:

Tuesday February 22nd, 2011 01:00pm EDT | 10:00am PDT | 05:00pm GMT

  • Title: Team Foundation Server for Developers
  • Date: Tuesday, February 22nd, 2011
  • Time: 10am PDT (GMT -07:00)
  • Length: 1 hour (but may go longer)
  • Presenters: Steve Lange
  • Register here - https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/210107598
  • Description:  Microsoft Team Foundation Server reaches all disciplines of the development lifecycle:  project managers, testers, developers, business analysts, and management.  This session focuses on what TFS means to the developer.  We’ll cover the fundamentals of the TFS version control system and its seamless integration with work item tracking and automated build, highlighting how TFS can improve project visibility without adding overhead to the developer.
  • Level:  200

Presenters

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Steve Lange
Developer Technology Specialist for Microsoft

Amanda Christensen
Amanda Christensen
Host

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