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The New Zealand ALM Conference 2011 (Application Life Cycle Management)

, posted: 28-Jan-2011 14:24

For you folks interested in application development, management the New Zealand ALM Conference 2011 should be interesting. It's happening 6th & 7th April 2011, at The Duxton Hotel, Wellington.

Some of the sessions being presented:
  • Building reliable software with .NET 4 Code Contracts
  • Building and Deploying Cloud Apps with Windows Azure and VS2010
  • SharePoint Tools Tailor made to suit your development scenarios
  • MVVM based Silverlight development with VS2010
  • Continuous Integration for SharePoint Development
  • Enhancing your testing capability using Coded UI tests in VS 2010
  • Panel Discussion: Real world benefits using ALM tools and practices
  • Breaking the Dev/Test Barrier with Visual Studio 2010
  • Turbo charging TFS with things not in the box
  • Team Foundation Server 2010 for Successful Project Management
  • Windows Phone 7 Development with VS2010 and Expression Blend
  • Building Business Programming Toolkits with VS2010
  • Automated Builds in TFS: Beyond the Basics
  • Web Application Security from Day 0


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