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All the Interaction of the MSDN Chats but with the richer experience of Live meeting and hosted by the recognized world technology leaders –the Visual Studio Team System Microsoft MVP’s.
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I’m on TV!  MVP TV, that is!  I’ll be doing Gaze Into the Crystal Ball: Reporting in Team System made Easy! You can register for the event at the link above (or the one below!).

Here’s the announcement:

MVP TV: Gaze into the Crystal Ball: Reporting in Team System made Easy!

Target: This Product Group Interaction is open to all Developer MVPs in all Technical Expertise and public audience.

You’ve paid your nickel and it’s time to ask the Zoltar Fortune Teller for your future: “Is my software development project going down the toilet? Will I be able to ship on time, with high quality? Can I hit my budget?” (Wait, three questions = three nickels.) Zoltar says… Let’s face it, traditional status reporting is about as accurate as I am, and worse, it takes a whole lot longer!!! Team System can help! Its built in reporting capabilities provide a strong foundation for understanding the current status of your project. Not only does it provide a series of built in reports, it gathers the metrics to allow for excellent ad-hoc reports! Using both the built in and ad hoc report capabilities, finding the current status of your project, and predicting your project’s probability of success or failure along several axis. Come learn how to predict your future! You’ll learn how to interpret the build in reports, learn what’s required to create the reports, and how to use Excel pivot tables to connect to the TFS cube for ad hoc reporting.

Note: The original delivery of this presentation was the second highest rating of all TechEd 2008 presentations and Steve has made it even BETTER!!

About Steven Borg: Steven Borg is a principal of Northwest Cadence, a Microsoft VSTS Inner Circle partner, that focuses exclusively on helping companies improve their Application Lifecycle Management using Team System. At Northwest Cadence, he is the VSTS Practice Lead, and has worked with dozens of corporations to improve their overall software development process, including identifying and reporting appropriate metrics supporting process improvement. In addition, he assists the Team System community as a Team System MVP.

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Event ID: 1032391376

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