After the grate success we add on the Team System lectures we made in the ALM user group we are about to do it again on 11 of November, it will be half a day full of lectures regarding the new features of Team System 2010.
I will talk about the MTLB (Microsoft Test and Lab Management) that a new tool for the tester.
The lecture I have planed will benefit all the roles in the development process and not only for testers.
In order to register for the event (Its free) go to the following link:
Looking forward to see you…
I have recently announced the Team System 2010 overview lecture that will take place in the following ALM group in Microsoft, you can read more about it here.
I am about to talk about the “Testing” part of the lecture, were I will show the new tool for the testers – “Microsoft Test and Lab Manager”.
I hope you will enjoy it…
In July 13 2009 16:30 – 20:15 we are about to present the main features and capabilities of the Team System 2010 Beta 1.
The lecture will take place at the Microsoft office in Rahanana and will be opened to everyone.
Registration to the event is required there are a limited places so hurry up and take a place, you can read more about the event and register here.
On the 08/09/2008 the ALM User Group gathered in Microsoft Rahanana offices. I had the honor to lecture in that gathering about the "Camano" using my experience from the Team System implementation project in Microsoft were I participate has a senior consultant. The project is the first "Dogfooding" project of the Team System "Rosario" versionimplementation in the world. The presentation can be downloaded from here. Enjoy!!!
One of the most powerful tools in the Team System is the Excel, when I say Excel I mean the good old Excel tool that we have in our Office tools.
Team System is integrated with Excel which gives the user the ability to use all the grate features of the Excel and still work directly with the TFS (Team Foundation Server), for example lets say I need to change the state field of 100 work items from Proposed to Active, with the Team Explorer I will need to go one by one and change its state but with the...
On the last meeting we had the great pleasure of having a true Scrum Master as our lecturer. Since then we had a short break and the next meeting will take place (on our regular spot, Microsoft offices in Raanna) tomorrow.The main topic will be requirement management; Assaf Alpert from Matan consulting will start with a methodological overview of the concept behind it and then will go into the details of the place requirement management hold in the software lifecycle.
On the second hour we will have the Yitzhak Saft from KCS demonstrate a requirement management solution they developed on...
The next meeting will take place on June 11 on our regular location: Microsoft building in Raanana. The meeting will start on 17:30.
The meeting will focus around Visual Studio future relase, code name Orcas. Leon Langleyben will go through the new features and enhancements in the new release in both the server (TFS) and the client tools.
You can register to the RSS feed of the group from here.
Don't miss it. See you there
On Monday we held the third meeting of Israeli ALM User group. This session was dedicated to Team Build features. Excellent presentation was held by Dudu Shmaya from Clarizen. Dudu is extremely smart guy and we are always happy to work with him.
We are still working on user group home page. In the meanwhile, you can download complete slide deck and demo projects from here. Presentation and demos from our previous session (dedicatted to Testing) can be found here.
The third meeting will take place on the 14 of May in its regular location. (microsoft offices in Raanana)
This month we'll focus on the Team Build capabilities - those that come 'out-of-the-box' and extensive customization issues.
Our speaker is Dudu Shamaya http://notsosmartbuilder.blogspot.com/. I deeply recommend a tour in his blog - this guy has a lot to say about TFS in general and the build mechanism in particular.
see you there.
The meeting will take place this Monday (the 13th) on the usual time and location - Dekel hall, Microsoft offices in Raanana on 17:30.
I'm attaching the meeting's presentation, the demos will available next week for download as well.
This month's meeting is about Visual Studio for Tester, we will start with a methodological discussion about the tester role and delve into extensive implementations.
The lecture is a joint effort of Guy Kolbis from SRL and Ariel Gur-Arie from MCD.
See you there,