Omaha ALM User Group Meeting - January, 2014
Start Time: January 21 2014, 6:00 PM
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Posted by jbramwell at December 16 2013, 7:11 PM

The Omaha ALM User Group will be hosting it's next meeting on January 21st at Farm Credit Services of America.
Please RSVP to help us plan a great event.
**Paul Oliver - Paul Oliver sometimes writes in the third person and feels weird as he does it.
Paul is a Lead Developer at Farm Credit Services of America who works primarily with Microsoft technologies including the .NET 4.5 framework and Team Foundation Server/Service. His current passion is to focus on continuous delivery and git to make production pushes as painless as possible. In his free time he powercodes with Ruby on Rails, PostgreSQL and mySQL. What are his absolute favorite technologies, you ask? "Simple," he replies, "I love web programming. I love building interactive HTML5 and JavaScript web applications like EnterpriseMapper (" 

An equal opportunity tinkerer, he's also created a few Android apps. Unfortunately the apps aren't that good so you won't find them in the Play store.
Git Workflow with Visual Studio Online - If your team currently uses Team Foundation Server and TFS Source Control and you’re wondering about what it will look like to move to Team Foundation Service (and git) in the cloud, this talk is for you. Our team has now moved two projects and we haven’t looked back. I’ll talk about some of the hiccups and difficulties and how we overcame them. I’ll also share some of the reasons why we love it up here in these fluffy clouds with a git-based workflow.
Date/TimeThe meeting will be held on Tuesday, January 21st. The food generally shows up about 5:45 pm and the talk will begin at 6:00 pm.
Farm Credit Services of AmericaWe are happy to meet once again at Farm Credit Services of America.
**About the Omaha ALM User Group  **Community-driven, technology-agnostic group focused on utilizing tools and automation to support the people and processes across the complete application lifecycle.  We are always looking individuals to share their experience.  Let us know if you are interested in talking at the group.  No prior speaking experience in required.
Jeff BramwellOmaha ALM User Group
Mike DouglasOmaha ALM User Group