Newly updated tfs 2012 (Update 2) courses coming to the UK in june

By Anthony Borton

QuickLearn is excited to be heading to the UK to deliver our leading courses on Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server. These courses have just been completely refreshed to  cover the latest features Microsoft have included in Update 2.

Here is a list of the TFS 2012.2 courses we’re running in June. These courses are confirmed to run and if you book soon you’ll still get early bird registration!

What’s more, we’re bring our Remote Classroom Instruction (RCI) solution with us so you can attend our courses online from anywhere in the UK and nearby time zones!

Attend our TFS courses from any of these time zones


Courses will run from 9:30am to 5:00pm GMT (London time). Please consider this when booking.

QuickLearn Training at the ALM Summit 3 event

By Anthony Borton

This week QuickLearn was involved at the third annual Application Lifecycle Management Summit held on the Microsoft Corporate headquarters in Redmond.


Nick and I were both involved in delivering content and sharing our TFS knowledge and skills with attendees. Here are the two activities we presented.

Pre-conference workshop

I delivered a sold-out pre-conference workshop entitled “Managing your application lifecycle with TFS”. The workshop provided attendees with a rapid overview of many of the features of Microsoft’s ALM suite. Based on the number of questions from attendees, there was a lot of interest in the new features in TFS 2012.


Exam Cram Session

Microsoft took the opportunity to announce the brand new MCSD: Application Lifecycle Management certification at the conference. Nick and I paired up to deliver a 90 minute exam prep session to help attendees learn the best way to prepare for the three exams required for the new certification. Fortunately, both Nick and I both already have the certification so this made things a little easier.


Feedback from both activities was overwhelmingly positive and with our commitments done, we’re both just enjoying attending sessions at the conference for the rest of the week.