The ALM Forum is moving to a new venue this year. The Bell Harbor Conference Center at Pier 66 on the Seattle waterfront plays host to a great line up of workshops, keynotes and breakout sessions. In previous years the event has been on the Microsoft Campus and most recently at the Washington State Convention Center.
QuickLearn is pleased to once again be a gold sponsor of the ALM Forum. It is the perfect place for all ALM practitioners and managers to come together and learn from the best in the industry. We’ll have a number of our experts manning the QuickLearn booth over the 3 main days of the conference so drop by and say hello.
This years event also introduces a new track to the program.
- Process of Software Development (NEW)
- Business of Software Delivery
- Principles and Practices of DevOps
Lastly, don’t forget that in addition to the three main days of the conference, there are also some great pre-conference and post-conference workshops you can sign up for.
TFS/ALM Pre-conference Workshop
QuickLearn’s lead ALM trainer and curriculum developer, Anthony Borton, will be presenting an updated version of his popular pre-conference workshop titled “Enhance your Application Lifecycle using Visual Studio Online and TFS”. If you’re planning on attending the ALM Forum make sure you look at his workshop and sign up if it sounds interesting for you. At just $495 for a full day of cutting edge, hands-on technical training, it is great value!