Event experience on Seminar on Agille Project Management using TFS

A small update for sharing the experience of how the Seminar was held.
It was really a great honor to have Prashant Shinde Trainer to talk about ‘Thinking agile when planning any project’.  First half of the day started with the introduction to agile & its principle. Lots of Q/A happened from enthusiastic people which added more value to the event.

Second half continued with the tool i.e. – Microsoft Team Foundation Server which explained how can we use this tool to follow Agile today.

I would really like to take a moment to thank Prashant for delivering this wonderful session on AGILE. Also thanks to all the great audience who have came long way for attending the session. Its really great to see a jam packed class room 🙂

We got a good response with nice feedback. Thanks a lot folks for your feedback.

Some pics of the day:

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Some people have won the prizes for answering the questions. Once again congratulations to all the winners.

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I will not forget to thanks all others who indirectly been a part of this event. On behalf of Mumbai Techie Group I would like to thanks our team one by one-

-Special thanks to StepbyStepSchools  for sponsoring the food.
-Lastly again special thanks to Biplab Paul (South Asia MVP Lead) & Usha Rathnavel for follow up on providing us the Training room & projector arrangement at the Microsoft premise.

Also thanks to all those people who took their time and attended the Seminar. It would be kind if you can share your experience/suggestions at the event or any recommendations of topics to be covered in upcoming seminars with us. It will definitely motivate us to help you better in future. Like the facebook page & comment about the event.


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7 thoughts on “Event experience on Seminar on Agille Project Management using TFS

  1. It was amazing experience for me as i was only aware of theory knowledge of Agile Model project management but by attending the session i got aware how the track project status, task allocated , user stories etc. I am extremely happy to be a part of this even and when i went home was happy that i learned something new.

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