At my employer, Delta-N, we organized two events related to the launch of Visual Studio 2015 and Team Foundation Server 2015. In this second event I spoke about moving from on-premise TFS to Visual Studio Online. The slidedeck is in Dutch and you can download it HERE.
This year I’m a speaker at the Dutch Microsoft TechDays conference. I have two sessions (of 25 mins each) in which I talk about DevOps related topics.
The blogpost about the first session can be found here.
In this second session I show the audience that in a short amount of time and with very little effort, a deployment pipeline can be setup only using Azure VM’s, Visual Studio Online and Microsoft Release Management (connected to Visual Studio Online). Even one of the two Azure VM’s I need are created during the session. Continue reading
This year I’m a speaker at the Dutch Microsoft TechDays conference. I have two sessions (of 25 mins each) in which I talk about DevOps related topics. The first one is “Getting started with PowerShell for Release Management”. It is a session which is actually targeted at Developers who are not yet familiar with PowerShell. PowerShell gets more and more important in a world where the boundaries between classic Development and Operations silos disappear. Developers will need to be more aware about the way their stuff needs to be deployed and Operations engineers need to cooperate with developers in order to provide an environment which works flawlessly. Continue reading
This year -again- I presented at the (Dutch) SDN conference. Thanks to the visitors of my session!
The slidedeck of the session can be downloaded HERE. From this slidedeck, only a small part of the information provided in the session is visible. I did some nice demos on creating a build and publishing it to an Azure website within a few clicks.
Today I held my session about customizing TFS 2012 and as promised you’ll find the downloadlink to my slidedeck below. For the non-Dutch speakers I have to disappoint you; the presenation is in Dutch. It contains however some information which is not language-specific.
Edit: On request I created an English version of my presentation;