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A DevOps Jumpstart for New .NET Applications
The riskiest part of a new software project is the time between initial funding and the first working build that people are using. During that time, ideas, plans, and thoughts abound, but nothing has been delivered yet. The “Three Ways of DevOps” promote a working environment for software teams that shortens cycle times and increases overall quality. Enabling the combination of processes, methods, and tools to achieve the speed and quality you need can be challenging. In this webinar, you’ll learn how to enable your team to start a new software application with speed, right from day one. You’ll learn how to specify the first increment of the new architecture, all the while keeping an overall architectural vision in mind. You’ll learn how to set up the proper DevOps automation for .NET Core application that are destined for the Azure cloud. And you’ll learn the other practices that are essential to success (you know, the ones that vendors don’t talk about because they haven’t yet found out how to sell it to you as a product). If you run a custom software team and are planning a new piece of software, this will be an essential webinar for you. Equip your team to move fast, build smart, and run with confidence.

Sep 18, 2019 10:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Jeffrey Palermo
CEO @Clear Measure
Jeffrey Palermo is the CEO of Clear Measure, a DevOps-centered software engineering firm, one of the fastest growing small businesses in central TX (ABJ/Inc. 5000). Jeffrey has been recognized as a Microsoft MVP since 2006 and has spoken at national conferences such as Microsoft Ignite, Tech Ed, VS Live, and DevTeach. He has founded and run several software user groups and is the author of several print books, video books, and many articles. A graduate of Texas A&M University (BA) and the Jack Welch Management Institute (MBA), an Eagle Scout, and an Iraq war veteran, Jeffrey likes to spend time with his family of five camping and riding dirt bikes.