21 Sep 2010
Free 1/2 day seminar–Driving Business Value with VS2010
Next month I have the pleasure of heading across the Tasman Sea to New Zealand to present a free half day seminar on behalf of Microsoft NZ. The seminar is entitled “Driving Business Value with Visual Studio 2010” and will be held in both Auckland and Wellington.
If you’re in Auckland or Wellington and interested in seeing how Visual Studio Application Lifecycle Management can really help your team, make sure you register to come along.
Organisations involved in the development of software applications are facing reduced budgets, reduced time to market, increasing expectations from the business and many more challenges to remain competitive. Project managers are being asked to increase productivity and reduce waste within a project.
The use of an integrated Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) suite such as Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 can greatly assist organisations to realise increased productivity, improved quality, reduced maintenance costs and more while keeping project costs down.
Many New Zealand companies are already licensed to use Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2010 as the central hub for their projects, but few are fully aware of how to maximise the benefits this product has to offer.
In this half-day session, you will see how you can best utilise what many of you already own! You will see demonstrated a number of best practices for achieving success in your own organisation. Things you can take back to the office and put into practice in no time.
Dates and Locations
- October 27th, Wellington
- October 28th, Auckland
How to register?
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