9 Dec 2008

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A lap around VSTS 2010 at the QLD MSDN User Group tonight

Tonight I will have the pleasure of presenting a session on VSTS2010 to a packed house at the QLD MSDN User Group here in Brisbane. It looks like we’ll be opening up the second theatre to accommodate attendees so there’s still room if you are in Brisbane and want to come along. 


A Lap Around Visual Studio Team System 2010


During this session, Anthony will examine a few of his favourite new features on show in the latest CTP release of Visual Studio Team System 2010. You’ll see the new Architecture Explorer, layer diagrams, branch visualisation, gated check-ins as well as some great improvements to the team build environment.

Lucky Door Prize:

Anthony will also be bringing along a great Christmas present for one of our lucky members. One lucky attendee will walk away with a full retail copy of Microsoft Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Suite with a 12mth MSDN Premium Subscription valued at over AUD$19,000 rrp.

When & Where:

Tuesday, 9th December 2008. Doors open from 5:30pm for a 6pm start. Meeting closes at 7:30pm

Microsoft’s Brisbane Office, Level 9, Waterfront Place, 1 Eagle St, Brisbane.


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Speaker BIO:

Anthony Borton is a Development Process Specialist for AB Training Pty Ltd, an Australian consulting and training company specializing in software development process and Microsoft Visual Studio Team System. He has been working with Visual Studio Team System full-time since 2005. Anthony has worked with a variety of companies ranging in size from just 3 employees up to some of Australia’s largest companies and financial institutions. Anthony is the lead Microsoft Technical Readiness Instructor in Australia for Microsoft Visual Studio and has presented at the Microsoft launch events for both VSTS2005 and VSTS2008. Anthony is a Microsoft MVP (Team System), a Certified Scrum Master and a member of the INETA Speakers Bureau. He is also the president of the QLD VSTS users group and maintains a blog at http://www.myvstsblog.com

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