About Richard Hundhausen

Richard is the president of Accentient, a company that helps software development teams understand and leverage Microsoft's ALM tools and Scrum. He has over 30 years of software development experience and over 20 years of training experience. Richard is a Microsoft Regional Director, a Visual Studio ALM MVP, a certified Professional Scrum Trainer, and author of Professional Scrum Development with Microsoft Visual Studio by Microsoft Press.

Arizona .NET User Group Presentation

Last night I presented a few topics on ADO.NET 2.0 and the SQLCLR to the Arizona .NET User Group (www.azdnug.com). It was a fun evening with about 30+ folks in attendance, and all eager to see W...

Borland Brain Drain Continues

Being an ex-Borland afficionado, (remember, my email is delphi@delphi.org), this story on eWeek caught my attention. I have mix feelings about it. It seems that two of Borland’s top engineers, ...

TechFusion 2004

Found out today that my friends at TechSages, Inc. are putting on two TechFusion events this year. These are great events — very developer focused. It looks like one of these events will be in ...

Content Management Server 2002

It seems that Microsoft is blitzing the market with SharePoint Portal Server 2003, BizTalk Server 2004, and Content Management Server 2002 training. Can anyone say Jupiter? I figured I need...

Installed Das Blog...

That’s right, I’ve joined the growing ranks of bloggers out there. Today, after much convincing from my friends Cory Isakson and Jorg Freiburger, I am keeping a journal online. This *may*...