On June 26th 2014, I will be delivering a talk on Continuous Delivery with Visual Studio Online and Azure for a Brazil User Group. This will be a webcast for 1 hour and its agenda would be as outlined below. This webcast is a must for those interested in understanding Visual Studio Online and its ALM features that can be used to have a Continuous Delivery into Azure (cloud) platform. Agenda:
- Introduction to Visual Studio Online and its features
- ALM – Requirements Gathering, Construction, Unit Testing
- Continuous Delivery – Build Automation and Deployment
The webcast will be tailored considering how both Visual Studio Online (or its on-premise version) and Azure can be best used for enterprises to achieve efficiency and maturity in their product life cycle.
For any questions, you can contact me over twitter: @ganshani
or you can also contact Jucinei Santos (the organizer of this webcast)
To register for this webcast, please visit https://www.eventbrite.pt/e/continuous-delivery-with-visual-studio-online-and-azure-tickets-11762527035
May 11, 2014
ALM, Azure, Sessions, TFS, Videos, Visual Studio
azure, continuous deployment, continuous integration, TFS, video, webinar
I had recently done a webinar on DevOps – Continuous Integration with TFS which was organized by Microsoft.
If you missed it for any reason, you can watch the recording on Youtube channel.
The duration of the video is 1 hour and will delve into various aspects of ALM such as
- Product Backlogs and SPRINT
- Integration with Visual Studio
- Unit Testing (with MSTest)
- Build Automation and Check-in policies
- Deployment into Azure (for Azure Websites)
Speaker: Punit Ganshani
Topic: DevOps: Continuous Integration with TFS
Date & Venue: May 07, 2014 (Wednesday) at 6:00 PM to 6:45 PM (SGT)
Venue: Online (Lync Meeting)
|What are we going to cover?
||This is what you can get!
|Team Foundation server
- Our MVP will share about what’s new in TFS 2013
- DevOps – Continuous Integration and Deployment using TFS 2013
- TFS best practices
|Questions and Answers
||Ask the MVP
Use this opportunity to our MVP and the Microsoft team your toughest question on Team Foundation Server 2013!
Register below or at http://devopstfs-punitganshani.eventbrite.com/
Better performing application needs better design.
Better design requires more insight.
This webinar aims at giving an insight to the internals of memory management in .NET framework so that you can design better applications. With .NET CLR managing the object memory allocation & de-allocation, developers tend to ignore optimisation as a part of development activity. The first webinar on this series focuses on how .NET CLR and framework allocate memory for managed objects and create a tree graph, how the garbage collector (GC) is invoked and it initiates the object collection cycles.
Who is the presenter?
When is it scheduled?
5th August 2011 4:00 PM (UTC) Dublin, Edinburgh, Lisbon, London for 60 minutes
check time @ different time-zone?
Should I attend?
Yes, this is open to all developers
Do I need to pay?
No, there is no fee for this webinar
How do I register?
Click here to register
Today, I delivered a Webinar on ‘Features of .NET 4.0‘
Total duration of webinar: 1 hour
Total participants: 200
Take away from the session:
- Features of .NET 4.0
- Optimizations in .NET 4.0 vs .NET 3.5
- New look of WCF in .NET 4.0
- New in Silverlight 4.0
Recently conducted a free session on Web 2.0 and Cloud Computing at NIRMA University, Ahmedabad on 10th April, 2010
Workshop Duration: 2 hours
Date & Time: 10th April, 2010 11:00 AM – 1 PM
Post : Chandlodia, Via : Gota,
Ahmedabad – 382 481.
Understanding evolution of Application Design (from DOS-based Applications to Web 2.0 applications)
Roadmap to Web 2.0: where, why, how?
Web 2.0 to Cloud Computing
Simplifying Cloud Computing – IaaS, SaaS, PaaS
Are you prepared?