This morning on Continuous Discussions we talked all things Build Automation, as our team of panelists addressed some of the most challenging aspects of your build pipeline (represented below in our Astroids Belt of Doom). Check out the recording below to learn how to support quality and velocity at scale.
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This episode features:
Anthony has experience on the support desk, in QA, as a developer, and a configuration engineer. Hes in a hurry to learn as much as possible!
@anthonymastrean | www.anthonymastrean.com
Senior Software Architect @ Segue Technologies, always dev, sometimes admin, likes things automated and well-controlled.
@seguetech | www.seguetech.com/blog
@vfarcic | technologyconversations.com
On the Next Episode of Continuous Discussions:
Application Release Automation in Regulated Industries
Join us on Tuesday, May 19th, at 10am PST, when we’ll be talking about ARA in Regulated Industries.
Delivering better software faster is the goal, but when millions of dollars and lives are at stake how do you enable teams to go fast and not break things?
And if something does break, or auditors come calling, how do you prove compliance?
This episode will feature:
an accomplished technical manager with over 20 years of medical device experience including high volume process and product development projects.
@SampsonSurgical | blog.polarion.com/author/sampsonl/
A (somewhat) young developer in the healthcare field who has transitioned into the DevOps community over time.
@Datical | www.datical.com/blog/
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