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Microsoft NZ has started a monthly Developer Tools webinar. Featuring yours truly we talk about what’s new in Visual Studio, ALM and all things Dev Tools. You can check out the first edition here - http://blogs.msdn.com/b/joenewton/archive/2013/10/01/nz-developer-tools-webinars.aspx
The first episode focuses on a Tech-Ed wrap-up, MTM 101, and a demo of the awesome new BrowserLink feature.
Coming up in October is Visual Studio 2013, and in November we will be focussing on the Visual Studio launch. Feedback would be appreciated, and if you have any topics that you think would like to see included please get in touch!
I was interviewed by Microsoft as part of their Developer Stories section on the Microsoft.com site.
They selected developers using .NET technologies and wanted to get background information about their views and background history.
Not many developers have Rob Maher’s geographic diversity. Born in Great Britain, he’s worked everywhere from the Philippines and Singapore to Saudi Arabia and the United States. A self-described “serial conference organizer,” he also regularly oversees Scrum, Kanban and Microsoft-related events in his adopted country of New Zealand.
“Fortunately, my wife and four-year-old son like traveling too,” he says.
See the full interview here:-