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.

Emergent Architecture Presentation at TechEd 2011

UPDATE (3 June 2011): Watched the recorded presentation on Channel 9. I finally got my (final) Emergent Architecture (DPR308) presentation posted. I had a couple of people tell me that the deck they ...

Would You, Could You With TFS?

As you know Team Foundation Server 2010 supports most (but not all) Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) activities as the busy diagram below (from InCycle Software) suggests: In addition to identi...

Debugging a Dysfunctional Team

UPDATE (3 June 2011): Watch the recorded presentation on Channel 9. Yesterday I gave a talk at TechEd on Dysfunctional software development teams. We primarily focused on people dysfunctions, but als...

Scrumming in DC

Actually at Microsoft’s MTC in Reston, Virginia, but close enough. Thanks to everyone who attended our event, either online or in-person, last week. It was great to have such a large group that was s...