John V. Petersen, Esq.

John
V. Petersen, Esq.

John V. Petersen is National Practice Director, Custom Application Development, for Neudesic and is a Microsoft ASP.NET MVP. He has authored or coauthored several books on software development and also was in private practice as an attorney for several years. You can follow him on Twitter.

Articles
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How to Establish Your Technology Startup as a Business Entity
You're a software developer, not a lawyer. Yet, as John V. Petersen explains, there are some basic legal matters that you must understand when starting your technology business.
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From Software Developer to Business Leader
Ready to move into a leadership position in your career as a software developer? John V. Petersen lays out five leadership principles to help you determine whether you're prepared to take the next step, from software developer to team leader or organization leader.
Hidden Treasures in Visual Studio 2010: An Introduction to Database Projects
How can you include database artifacts such as tables and stored procedures in source code control and testing for a development project? By using Visual Studio 2010 SQL Server Database Projects, says John V. Petersen, who demonstrates how to use these project templates to place a database under source control and include databases in unit testing.
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Team Foundation Server 2010: A Brief Overview
John V. Petersen offers a high-level view of Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2010 (TFS), explaining how it lets you add full application lifecycle management (ALM) capabilities to your software development and project management efforts.

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