Visual Studio 2010 was released two years ago. Since then Microsoft was working hard to deliver Visual Studio “11″ and Team Foundation Server “11″. This session will take a look at the myriad features that have been incorporated into the latest version of Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server including some great planning features, Team Foundation Service (on Windows Azure), a revamped look and feel for Visual Studio, and more. Some of these features are also available for use within Visual Studio 2010 if you know where to look. If you want to get an overview of what’s new in Visual Studio “11″, then check out this session. ***NOTE: “Visual Studio 11″ and “Team Foundation Server 11″ are code names. The official name will be announced in the near future. At that time, I will need to modify the names within the description.
Jeff Bramwell has over 20 years of software development experience and is currently employed as an Enterprise Architect by Farm Credit Services of America. He has been working with .NET technologies since the early pre-release days (mid 2000) and taught C# at a local university for three years. Having focused on Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server for the past few years, Jeff leads the Omaha Team System User Group and has presented on Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server at the Omaha .NET User Group, the Heartland Developers Conference, Tulsa TechFest, VSLive!, and others. Jeff is a Microsoft Visual Studio ALM MVP and, as time permits, answers Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server questions in the MSDN forums and makes every attempt to post useful information on his blog at http://devmatter.blogspot.com. You can follow Jeff on twitter at twitter.com/jbramwell.