Chicago Visual Studio ALM User Group: VS11 and Scrum

Chicago Visual Studio ALM User Group: VS11 and Scrum

Posted by richard | October 20, 2011 | Scrum, TFS 2012, Visual Studio 2012

I was in town this week delivering a Professional Scrum Developer Train-The-Trainer (TTT) event. Last night I gave a presentation to a full room at the Chicago Visual Studio ALM User Group on using Visual Studio 11 and Scrum to manage product development.

What a great time … although my title slide yielded a few strange looks when people came into the room:


Special thanks to Angela Dugan (Microsoft) and Polaris Solutions for organizing this and providing the beer (that’s right beer) and sandwiches.

Files: Presentation (2mb)

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