Portland, OR: Enterprise Build Automation with VSTS 2008 Team System and Team Build

If you’re in the Portland, Oregon area, I’ll be speaking on Enterprise Build Automation.  Drop by this free event and learn the characteristics of an Enterprise Build Automation tool, the process to follow, and how to set up automated builds across the entire organization.  Code will be shown and questions will be answered!  See you there!

Here’s the invite:

Enterprise Build Automation with VSTS 2008 Team System and Team Build

Steven Borg of Northwest Cadence (Microsoft Team System MVP) will be covering some of the great new features of Team Build 2008, an inherent and powerful part of Visual Studio Team System 2008. You’ll learn to use Team Build 2008 to radically improve your code!

Come see real unit and functional tests being built, real code metrics being generated, and real work being done in an automated build. You’ll learn how to build legacy code, run tests and code metrics, rebuild your database, update your documentation, and even deploy your application into various test environments; all coordinated by a single command.

This seminar is intended to provide demonstrations that will be most relevant to developers, testers, build and release engineers.

Date: November 5, 2008

Time: 9am – noon

Location: Microsoft Corporation, 10260 SW Greenburg Rd, Suite 600, Portland, OR 97223

To register:

http://www.clicktoattend.com/?id=132684

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  1. Team System News : VSTS Links - 10/20/2008 October 20, 2008 at 7:10 am

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  2. […] heading to Portland to give a presentation on Team Build 2008, and an announcement went up on the Portland Area .NET User Group mailing list.  This was one of […]

  3. Steven Borg October 29, 2008 at 3:41 pm

    Funny response to this post was posted at the PADNUG user group portal! You can see it at The Microsoft Borg

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