Adam Cogan interviews Brian Keller, Technical Evangelist at Microsoft, at the Build conference.
In this interview, Adam and Brian discuss what he is happy with in TFS ALM and what he would improve. They also cover the oft-asked question of document control in TFS2012 and Brian’s famous VM – used by many developers around the world.
About the speakers
Brian Keller is a Sr. Technical Evangelist for Microsoft's Visual Studio Application Lifecycle Management technologies.
Brian has been with Microsoft since 2002. Prior to his current role, Brian worked on the XNA team, and before that the Visual Studio team. Before joining Microsoft he co-founded a number of companies, including a web design company called 352 Media Group. He also worked at Barr Systems for a while as a support analyst/professional services consultant, specializing in mainframe-to-PC connectivity and printing solutions.
Brian co-hosts a weekly software development news show with his friend and co-worker Dan Fernandez. Check them out every Friday(ish), bringing you 'This Week' on Channel 9
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