The Ramblings of Two Microsoft .NET Developers, TFS, and Visual Studio ALM Guys --- "Yes, we are both named Ed."

Microsoft MVP Summit 2010



I’m pretty excited because this week is one of my absolutely favorite weeks of the year.  I’m heading to the Microsoft campus in Redmond to attend the Microsoft MVP Summit whereMVP_FullColor_ForScreen MVPs around the world travel in to have deep discussions about Microsoft products. 

I especially enjoy having been a Visual Studio Team System/ALM MVP the last few years because the other Team System MVPs are really one of the best groups of colleagues out there!  We have deeply heated discussions about all sorts of topics but it’s always constructive and deeply engaging. 

We also happen to be associated with a super product group that really values the feedback we give and it’s truly reflective in the great work that they craft together in the final product.  It’s our time to be the voice of the customer and the product team genuinely appreciates the insight.

Is there something about Visual Studio ALM (Team System) or TFS that you’d like me to make sure I bring up?

Even though I won’t be able to report to you what we end up talking about (since we are all under NDA for this event,) I can only tell you that if this year’s time spent is anywhere near the past several years then our talks about Visual Studio ALM features and Team Foundation server is going to be awesome!

 

Take care,

Ed Blankenship

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