August 21, 2019
1:00 – 2:00 pm CDT
Azure Pipelines from Scratch
Registration for Azure Pipelines from Scratch is closed.
With the release of Azure DevOps and Azure Pipelines, it’s easier than ever to get up and running with a full continuous integration and delivery solution. For simple applications, it’s just a few clicks to get up and going. But what about more complicated scenarios, where we have multiple environments and databases to worry about?
In this webinar, we’ll look at modern CI/CD practices and how to implement them with Azure Pipelines. We’ll take a real application – not just “Hello World” or “Todo”, and build out the entire build and deploy pipeline from scratch. We’ll explore environments, database migrations, triggers, and more.
Can’t make that timeslot? You don’t need to miss out — after the event, we’ll send a link to a recording of the webinar to anyone that registers.
Jimmy is a Microsoft Certified Application Developer (MCAD) and is an active member in the .NET community, serving as President of the Austin .NET User Group, leading multiple open source projects with millions of downloads worldwide, giving technical presentations, and facilitating technical book clubs. Jimmy is the author of the book ASP.NET MVC in Action, has received the “Microsoft Most Valuable Professional” (MVP) award for ASP.NET every year since 2009, and speaks regularly at international technology conferences.
Born and raised in the ever-expanding Greater Houston Area, Garo has been messing with software for at least 27 years, writing it for money for about 15 years, talking about it for maybe 20 years, and loving every clock cycle of it. He has worked as *the* Software Whisperer for Baker Hughes, leading software teams, conducting design reviews, and coaching people on how put the 0’s and 1’s in a close enough order to make things work. More recently, he is a Principal Consultant (and Software Whisperer) at Headspring for the past year, making silky smooth software for industrial companies, coaching junior developers in how not to cause major outages in their first weeks on the job, and bringing mirth and merriment everywhere he goes.