Scrum and VS2010

Thanks to the folk who made it to the VBUG meeting. It was great to talk about Scrum and VS2010.   A copy of the presentation if you would like to download it Scrum and 2010   Also, here is...

Tech-Ed 2010 Presentations

Thank you to everyone who attended my talks at Tech-Ed 2010 last week in New Orleans. I had a great time talking Scrum, Visual Studio 2010, and all intersections in-between. Here are my presentations...

Visual Studio 2010 ALM Guidance from the Rangers

Now that Visual Studio 2010 has launched, teams are discovering just how much capability is included within those .iso files. MSDN does a good job of explaining what the buttons do, but you really ne...

Is Annotate good for Scrum teams?

As you know, you can use the TFS Annotate command to learn which team member made a particular change to a particular file. It can also show you who wrote each line of code in a file and when. This t...

New Scrum one pager by the VS ALM Rangers

The Rangers have published an update to the quick reference stack, and one of my favourites is the Scrum chart. Download the full pack here. The pack is broken down by headings 0. Start Here1. Planni...

Getting to Done with VS2010

One of the most critical aspects of any project is when have you got to done. This is one of the central principles of Scrum, as it is the contract between the team that is going to produce something...

Visual Studio 2010 Presentations at DevConnections

Thank you to everyone who attended my talks at DevConnections in Las Vegas this week. I enjoyed meeting you and showing you the new capabilities in Visual Studio 2010. VVS01 – Agile Database Te...

Professional Scrum Developer training commences

The first PSD training books have arrived at their destination, ready for class to begin on Monday … in Brazil! We wish Giovanni Bassi good luck with his class next week. He is running the first PSD ...