Build Quality Applications that Meet Business Requirements
If you are an ALM manager, lead, or practitioner who is passionate about mastering your craft, you should register now to attend
ALM Summit 3 this coming January 28 - February 1, 2013 at the Microsoft Conference Center in Redmond, Washington.
When you attend the ALM Summit you will gain deeper insight into your application lifecycle. You will also discover and learn about
industry best practices that address additional development challenges, and how
Microsoft's ALM Solutions
enable and support those best practices . You will have the opportunity to interact directly with the
Visual Studio team, top engineers from other Microsoft product groups, and industry luminaries - both at the event and at evening receptions.
Attending the ALM Summit will provide you with new tools for making better design, implementation, and technology selection decisions.
This year's ALM Summit features keynotes and plenary sessions by Microsoft executive and industry experts, as well as three focused breakout tracks:
ALM Leadership, Agile Development, and new this year DevOps and Testing.
Also returning is an update to last year's popular full-time
Hands-On-Lab featuring self-guided tutorials on TFS and Test Lab Management.
Executives, architects, and managers from Microsoft as well as recognized ALM
industry experts deliver sessions that dive deep into the best practices of ALM. You
will understand the business implications of an agile transformation, and what
the best practices are for achieving success in your own organization.
Industry luminaries address cutting edge topics of interest to ALM practitioners,
leads, and managers - often with humor and always with panache.
Technical leaders from Microsoft product groups will discuss the current state of, and future plans for,
ALM for the Microsoft application platform.
Most of the attendees are ALM managers and practitioners working to extend their
knowledge of their craft and to make connections with their peers in other
organizations. Many work for major corporations while others are consultants or Microsoft partners focused on custom application development. All share a common interest in pushing the boundaries of software engineering, learning about existing and emerging
best practices, and interacting with engineers from Microsoft, as well as each other.
Quotes from Past Attendees:
"This was a wonderful experience."
"Overall, conference was great, gave us good roadmap to follow."
"Thank you for all the great ideas. I am looking forward to going home and applying them."
"Many of the things I learned here will revolutionize our practices, processes, designs, and patterns. THANKS!"
"Speakers were great"
"Humor was refreshing"
"Great event! Do it again!"
"Excellent conference, just first day alone was worth the money. Thank you."
"This was an excellent value and I would recommend it to everyone!!"
"Excellent event! My only regret is that more of my team members weren't able to attend."
"All speakers were very knowledgeable and they addressed many issues that I face every day."
"This was an excellent conference for me. I'm taking away some useful tools."