Nebraska.Code() Sessions tagged devops

ASP.NET Core Development Workshop with CI/CD

Sometimes all you need is a little push to make a leap to a new technology stack, but the learning curve can after push back against a desire to move foward. In this full-day workshop we will work through the entire software development lifecycle of a project created with ASP.NET Core, Entity Framework, and Azure DevOps. In this full day session we will cover. * Basic project Architecture * Code Re-Use and Dependency Injection * Entity Framwork Core Basics, including databse migrations/deployment * Unit Testing Implementation & Limitations * Response and Object Caching * Azure DevOps Builds & Deployment At the end of the day attendees will be able to create their own projects from end-to-end with a solid platform including Continous Integration/Continous Development practices and unit testing.

Speaker

Mitchel Sellers

Mitchel Sellers

CEO, IowaComputerGurus, Inc.

The Dungeon Master's Guide to DevOps

Every good Dungeon Master needs a guide to help their party adventure through the world of DevOps. From the tools necessary to common monsters found along the way. Help your party succeed at a critical part of delivering quality software.

We'll go over the full CI/CD cycle: builds, commit hooks, static code analysis, pull request review tools, automated linting, QA/Security/Release automation and build automation. Gained from years of practical experience I’ll share what has worked best on projects cross industry and from teams ranging for 2 to 140.

Speaker

Bill Dinger

Bill Dinger

Solutions Architect, VMLY&R

Easing Into Continuous Deployment

Have the confidence to deploy on Friday afternoon? I've definitely been places where doing so would make everyone cringe. Lets talk about some lightweight tools and processes to greatly reduce that risk. We'll discuss feature flags, trunk based development, pairing on critical sections, and other ways to help you have confidence in your deployment pipeline.

Speaker

Seth Larson

Seth Larson

Engineering Team Lead, Raven Industries

Agile Doesn't Work for Us - Agile in Infrastructure Teams

Infrastructure and support teams spend most of their time responding to emergencies. Trying to put support requests and incident tickets into iterations is ridiculous. Agile just doesn’t work for infrastructure teams! Or so we're told. This session will review the year-long implementation of agile/DevOps on an infrastructure team that supports 44 separate applications in a company with thousands of employees.

Attendees will learn how this team used and adapted Kanban to manage support queues and improve both the coverage and quality of support for their customers. We will also discuss how the team adopted Scrum to manage the project work that often takes a back seat to the urgent requests that regularly flood into support organizations.

There will be plenty of time for session attendees to ask questions, and discussion of issues will be encouraged.

Speaker

Keil Wilson

Keil Wilson

IT Enterprise Business Applications Architect, Nelnet