Donovan Brown and Abel Wang from the League will showcases the new and noteworthy additions to Azure, Visual Studio Team Services and Team Foundation Server 2018 that are enabling organizations to further evolve and streamline their DevOps processes and speed of deployment. Check it out!
Abel will demonstrate how easy it is to get started with a Continuous Delivery pipeline to deploy your applications into the cloud and then extend these further as your application and your team grow.
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DevOps with the Microsoft Stack
Meet The Man in the Black Shirt. Donovan Brown is a Principal DevOps Manager on Microsoft's Cloud Developer Advocacy team. Why is DevOps one of the hottest topics? Because it hurts the most. Luckily, Donovan's unofficial tag line is #RubDevOpsOnIt and he's here to make it all better.
Abel Wang is a Senior Cloud Developer Advocate specializing in DevOps and Azure with a background in application development. He is currently part of Donovan Brown's League of Extraordinary Cloud DevOps Advocates. Before joining Microsoft, Abel spent seven years as a Process Consultant and a Certified Scrum Master helping customers globally develop solutions using agile practices and Team Foundation Server. Prior to that, Abel founded and sold his own software company.