December 2010 Archives

A couple of weeks ago I was in Antwerp for a partner event and I also had the pleasure of meeting with a few customers from the Belgium and Luxembourg region.  One of the customers I spoke with was Network Research Belgium (NRB) who were doing some very interesting work and using Team Foundation Server 2010 for their heterogeneous development efforts.

Tom Mertens has published information on a Case Study just completed with them where they show how they have reduced the development costs by 10% using Team Foundation Server to develop software for .NET, Java, Cobol and PL/1.  For more information and for the English, French or Dutch versions of the case study see:

Talking on .NET Rocks

dnrOn Monday I was a little under the weather suffering from the winter tummy bug that is floating around at the moment, but my day was cheered up by a phone call from Carl and Richard over at .NET Rocks.  We had a catch-up chat as to what has been happening in the past year since starting work at Microsoft, talked about Team Explorer Everywhere and TFS in general.  Blame the fact that I hadn’t eaten for two days, but we jumped around a lot and covered a whole different bunch of stuff about Team Foundation Server and ALM in general. 

.NET Rocks #615: Martin Woodward Brings Team Foundation Server to Everyone!

Anyway, it’s always fun talking with the guys but hopefully it turned out to be an interesting enough podcast.  Let me know what you think!


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