ALM Summit 3 keynotes and sessions provide deeper insight into the modern application lifecycle. Learn about industry best practices that address your development challenges, and how Microsoft's ALM solution can enable and support those best practices. In addition to keynotes from industry experts, ALM Summit 3 features four session tracks:
- ALM Leadership Sam Guckenheimer, Track Chair
- Agile Development Jim Newkirk, Track Chair
- DevOps Chris Kinsman, Track Chair
- Testing James Whittaker, Track Chair
Lightning sessions are 15-minute talks that provide concise information.
Being Agile. Scaling Up. Staying Lean
Dean Leffingwell helps some of the world's larger software enterprises achieve the benefits of adopting agile methods. As he does so, he continues to learn new things about scaling software agility. In this keynote he shares his latest thinking.
Leffingwell is the creator of the Scaled Agile Framework,...
Building an Engineering Organization for Continuous Delivery
Brian Harry shares behind-the-scenes information on how Team Foundation Service is developed and announces exciting additions in his ALM Summit keynote. As of now, Team Foundation Service provides a distributed version control offering with Git repos, and Visual Studio offers full Git integration with...
A New Era of Computing
History will look back and identify September 2012 as the dawn of a new computing paradigm and the official end of the "Search-and-Browse" era that Google dominated. James Whittaker talks about this momentous event, shares some history about prior eras, and looks ahead to what this new era...
Agile 2.0: Software Development in the Era of the Open Graph
A process is a product of its era. In 2001, when Agile 1.0 was conceived, the world was very different than what it is today. No Facebook. No Instagram. No Pinterest. The premise of this presentation is that the differences between where we were then and where are now lead us to a different process,...
Reimagining the Application Lifecycle
A new set of software lifecycle practices has evolved, often called Lean Startup or Customer Development, and has been emerging from Silicon Valley and accepted into the mainstream of enterprises worldwide. The central tenet is that business experimentation for customer fit is the core value of the lifecycle,...