The biggest trick consultants ever played
was convincing the world that continuous delivery is easy with Paul Stack
Mittwoch, 7. Dezember 2016 um 18:00 Uhr
Hallo Berner .NET Freund
Dank der Zusammenarbeit mit der NET Usergroup Zentralschweiz können wir einen spannenden Vortrag in Englisch mit Paul Stack geniessen.
- The biggest trick consultants ever played was convincing the world that continuous delivery is easy - Part 1
- The biggest trick consultants ever played was convincing the world that continuous delivery is easy - Part 2
Continuous Delivery and DevOps are practices that will help enhance the quality of an organisation and it’s products. However it’s unfortunate that both have also become practices that consultants will try and sell whilst telling us we can implement a check list to achieve it. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Did you know that you can practice continuous delivery regardless of being a startup or an enterprise? Did you know that continuous delivery can still be achieved no matter if you work on Windows or Linux? This session will focus on the most common misconceptions that exist within continuous delivery and devops eco-system right now. The session will given battle hardened stories about why these misconceptions are bad practice and suggest some alternatives that may help your journey
Paul Stack is a London based infrastructure coder and has spoken at various events throughout the world about his passion for continuous integration, continuous delivery and good operational procedures and why they should be part of what developers and system administrators do on a day to day basis. He believes that reliably delivering software is more important as its development. Paul’s passions are the DevOps and Continuous Delivery movements and how they help the entire business and its customers.
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