22 Apr 2014
New courses on Build, Release Management, Application Insights and Scrum
At the ALM Forum 2014 in Seattle earlier this month, I launched two new courses designed to help make your development team more successful using Microsoft’s Visual Studio 2013 suite.
I’m pleased to announce now that in addition to the new US dates, we now have dates for the first run courses in Australia. While both courses will initially be run in Brisbane, you can attend these remotely from anywhere in Australia/New Zealand. Read this great blog post from one of the heads of the Visual Studio ALM Rangers. He recently attended one of the US courses remotely and has shared his experience in this blog post.
Build, Release, and Monitor Software Using Visual Studio 2013
This 3-day introductory-level course focuses on building your software using Team Build, using Release Management for Visual Studio 2013 to release it and Application Insights to monitor it.
Applied Scrum Using Visual Studio 2013
This 3-day course blends training in both the Scrum Framework as well as Microsoft Visual Studio 2013. It teaches teams the core concepts of Scrum in addition to how to apply them in a practical hands on way using Visual Studio 2013 and either Team Foundation Server 2013 or Visual Studio Online.
NOTE: All courses can be attended remotely and are also available on-demand for your organisation.
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