I am excited to announce that I am going to be presenting at the next Omaha Team System User Group meeting on May 26th, 2009. In addition to what I think is a great topic that I am looking forward to presenting, Deliveron Consulting Services is co-sponsoring the meeting and giving away an XBOX 360, a NFM gift card, and two TFS books! WOW! I look forward to seeing everyone there.
Here’s the information on the presentation:
Installing and Configuring Team Foundation Server 2008
This presentation provides an overview of TFS 2008 and demonstrates best practices, lessons learned, and “gotchas” installing and configuring TFS 2008. The overview explains the architecture and components of Team Foundation Server 2008 and recommended server configurations. The demonstrations will include using the Best Practice Analyzer, Setting User Permissions and using the TFS Admin Tool, and creating and configuring a Team Project from start to finish. The configuration process will include recommended settings, source control folder structure, and creating appropriate notification. The presentation will conclude with techniques and lessons learned for troubleshooting problems with installations.
Mike Douglas is a Solution Consultant at Deliveron Consulting Services where he provides end-to-end solutions and TFS installation, configuration, and custom development for clients. He has over 11 years experience building enterprise level applications on a variety of .NET technologies including WCF, Web Services, ASP.NET, Disconnected Smart Clients and Data Synchronization, BizTalk, and Team Foundation Server. Mike enjoys trying to keep up with the constant change and evolution of .NET. Mike is an experienced presenter having spoken at several Omaha .NET User Group meetings on CSLA.NET, Subsonic, and TFS. He also spoke at the 2008 ESRI International User Conference on a GIS integration project he helped lead. Mike actively maintains the open source project, Team Deploy, on CodePlex for deploying MSIs using Team Foundation Server. Mike also enjoys sharing his experiences in Code Generation, CSLA.NET, and TFS on his blog at www.CodeSmartNotHard.com.
Date and Location
May 26th, 2009
Farm Credit Services of America
5015 S 118th St
Omaha, NE 68137
For more information and to register, visit the Omaha Team System User Group site.