6 Great Webinars including: Building a DevOps practice step-by-step
(Editors note: due to the popularity two new “Unleash your DevOps Practices” were added)
Northwest Cadence and Rennie Araucto are offering a bunch of great webinars to bring in your Holidays and New Year.
Unleash you DevOps potential with Visual Studio Enterprise!
Attend our webcast to discover how an organization can use Visual Studio Enterprise to reach its true DevOps potential.
Thursday Dec. 17 at 1pm PT Register
Tuesday Jan. 26 at 9am PT Register
Tuesday Feb. 23 at 9am PT Register
DevOps Webcast Series
Join us the first Thursday of every month from January to June for these great DevOps webcasts! We look forward to seeing you online soon!
Jan. 7 at 9am PT Building a DevOps practice step-by-step
Feb. 4 at 9am PT DevOps 101
Mar. 3 at 9am PT Implementing CI/CD to create a powerful DevOps pipeline
Apr. 7 at 9am PT Building a DevOps practice step-by-step
May. 5 at 9am PT Three (easy) steps to standardized DevTest environments
Jun. 2 at 9am PT A Lap Around Release Management
Enable Application Innovation Immersion
Join Northwest cadence here on campus in Redmond, WA on January 21 to help your organization understand the path to create and pursue new business opportunities by rapidly evolving your application portfolio.
Jan. 21 at 8:30am – 3:00pm PT Enabling Application Innovation Immersion
Rennie is an ALM Consultant with Northwest Cadence. In addition to his Team Foundation Server, Visual Studio, and training skills, he has an extensive background in server technologies, ALM and project management. He holds certifications in various technical areas, and brings a wealth of management and soft-skills experience to his engagements. His varied technology background includes application development, network architecture and system engineering. Over the last 15 years he has taught over 4000 students and over 300 classes.
To get an idea of how much fun and informative these webinars can be take a look at last month’s where Colin went through:
Why TFS 2015?
Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2015 is one of the most exciting releases of TFS ever. It’s packed with tons of goodness – too many to demonstrate in just 1 hour. In this video, I’ll take you through a lightning quick demonstration of just some of my favorite new features:
- A completely new cross-platform build engine (with a web authoring interface)
- Implementations of some of the top UserVoice requests for the past few years – not least of which are Team Project Rename and @CurrentIteration for queries
- The new Identity control
- Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) support
- Kanban boards now allow doing/done columns, Definition of Done, swim-lanes and card customizations
- Pull Requests and branch policies for Git repositories
A Lap Around TFS 2015:
Colin Dembovsky is a senior ALM developer for Northwest Cadence based in Cape Town, South Africa. After completing an MSc in Computer Science at Rhodes University, he worked as a developer (first in Linux using C++ and moving to .NET and C#) and later systems architect. He left development work to start ALM consulting, and has been an ALM MVP since 2011. He is passionate about helping teams improve the quality of their software, and do it more efficiently. Besides consulting and training, Colin is a frequent guest speaker and regularly blogs at http://colinsalmcorner.com and can be found on twitter at @colindembovsky.
When he is not working on a TFS server somewhere, he is playing guitar or mandolin and recording in his home studio, or entertaining his wife and 2 kids.