Wednesday, October 8, 2014

AXUG Summit in St. Louis

Next week (October 15-17) is the AXUG Summit in St. Louis. I will be presenting in various sessions and also participating in two MVP Panel sessions ("Ask the Experts") - which for some reason aren't showing up under my name on the site, but trust me I'll be there :-)

And if you are an active AXUG participant you may have noticed I'm presenting a full day hands-on implementation of TFS in the pre-conference training on Tuesday the 14th. I'm excited about this day. I've been talking and writing a lot about TFS, showing examples and doing sessions for AXUG - but this is the first time I'm doing a public workshop and helping people to get it up and running. I'll be sure to report back how it went, and I'm reviewing releasing some or all of the material I've created some time in the future.

If you're attending the AXUG Summit come say hi. I can be found running around sporting my usual fedora hat.


  1. That's exciting! Will you be discussing using Visual Studio online, or local repositories? Thanks!

    1. There's not much difference in setup as far as AX goes, but I'll mostly focus on VSO since that is the easiest way to get started with TFS. For the training session I will using VSO, for the session I'll use a local TFS installation - I've been burned by bad internet connections before :-) (the downside of using cloud-based solutions, I guess)

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