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July 20, 2007

Indy TFS SIG – TFS Tester Tools Presentation

Filed under: Uncategorized — phacker @ 5:10 pm

July 25th, 2007, 6PM – 8PM
Event: Indianapolis Team System SIG – VSTS Tester Tools

Registration Link: http://www.clicktoattend.com/?id=119459
Ed Aviza, Microsoft Developer Platform Solution Specialist, will be leading a discussion on Visual Studio 2005 Team Edition for Software Testers at the next gathering of the Indianapolis Visual Studio Team System Special Interest Group.

If you’re interested in learning in how to:

Reduce the complexity of testing applications by offering access to advanced testing tools and features from within the Visual Studio IDE to create and run tests.

Tightly integrate testing into their software development collaboration by providing all members of a software team access to an overall shared warehouse for integrated feedback and reporting.

Customize and extend Team Test with their own current testing script and procedures and by choosing many supplemental products from key testing solution partners.

Or how the Software Tester fits into the Team System Lifecycle Management process, you won’t want to miss this one.

Indianapolis Visual Studio Team System SIG

Microsoft Corporation
Parkwood Business Park, Building Four
500 E. 96th St., Suite 460
Indianapolis, IN 46240

Agenda:

6:00pm – 6:20pm Welcome, Introductions and Pizza
6:20pm – 8:00pm Ed Aviza & Paul Hacker Present Tester Tools!
8:00pm – 8:30pm Q&A, Raffle and Wrap Up

Presenter Bio:

Ed Aviza has been with Microsoft for eighteen months in the role of Developer Platform Solution Specialist, assisting customers with their needs in the various disciplines in Application Lifecycle Management. Ed has over 15 years of IT Industry experience, with responsibilities ranging from programming and software development to networking, testing, IT Governance, and sales. His experience has given him a strong understanding of the Software Development Life Cycle and a broad grasp of the industry initiatives around the SDLC.

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