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.

SharePoint Foundation 2010 using local accounts

When configuring Team Foundation Server 11, the default action is to install and configure SharePoint Foundation 2010. I think this is great. I really love SharePoint 2010, and am glad that Microsoft...

Visual Studio 11 Beta Downloads

Microsoft has made the Visual Studio 11 beta versions available today. #Awesome I’m glad to see the lineup includes some familiar faces as well as some nice surprises (i.e. Microsoft Test Manager now...

Team Alerts in Team Foundation Server 11

Team Alerts are just one of the many new features coming in the next version of Team Foundation Server. They simplify the creation and management of alerts that impact that entire team. For example, ...

Chicago Visual Studio ALM User Group: VS11 and Scrum

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 V...

Microsoft launches Team Foundation Service Preview

There are many, many new and cool technologies and products being introduced, announced, and launched at //Build this week. One of these is close to my heart: the Visual Studio Team Foundation Servic...