Esteban Garcia is a Solutions Architect and ALM Consultant at AgileThought and president of the Orlando .NET User Group (ONETUG). He has over 12 years of professional experience in software development, working in all phases of distributed object oriented enterprise application development and design using Microsoft technologies. Esteban excels in architecture and best practices and is passionate about Scrum and SDLC improvements using Visual Studio and TFS. Esteban also has a bachelor of science degree in Computer Engineering with an emphasis in software design from the University of Central Florida.
A lap around the new features coming in TFS vNext. The next version of TFS will give you the option of an on-premise solution and an Azure-hosted service. The session will cover both scenarios and new features such as: Developer productivity enhancements, Agile Planning, Lightweight requirements gathering, Testing improvements and a lot more!
Scrum is not a new concept but it has gained a lot of popularity in the last few years. It is a very powerful agile project management methodology that, when used correctly, can help your team deliver better software faster than before. We will start with a brief overview of the process and look at some techniques and tools that will help you succeed, as well as common pitfalls that you should avoid. Come prepared for an interactive session where you will be encouraged to share your experiences with Scrum.
A look at the new testing features found in Microsoft Test Manager 2010 and how they work together with TFS and Visual Studio to bring application testing to a new level. We will cover manual and automated testing, as well as load testing capabilities.
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