May 6, 2019
This week is a special solo-edition episode with your host, Jeffrey Palermo! Recently, Jeffrey published his fourth book, .NET DevOps for Azure, on April 26th, 2019. This book has been a long-time coming for Jeffrey and his hopes for it are to address some really big issues in the current industry.
Almost fifteen years ago, Jeffrey gained a passion for helping developers succeed, for making the complex simple, and for finding rules of thumb that would work for 80% of teams and situations out there. With too many options in the software world and too many answers of “it depends,” the industry has been starved for the ability to do something “by the book.” .NET DevOps for Azure seeks to provide that text where a .Net developer can say: “I’m doing DevOps with .NET and Azure by the book.”
If you are a .NET developer or a Microsoft shop using .NET Core or SQL Server and you’re looking ahead to Azure, then this book is for you.
Join Jeffrey this episode to further explore the topics in his upcoming book and to learn more!
Topics of Discussion:
[:53] About today’s episode.
[2:37] Jeffrey reads a couple sections from his book, .NET DevOps for Azure.
[4:31] What Jeffrey's book sets out to solve & the scope that it covers.
[10:34] Who this book is for!
[12:40] A word from the sponsor: Clear Measure.
[13:05] More details about the book and the upcoming versions to be released.
[13:41] Jeffrey gives a preview of one of the techniques (from the book) on operations.
[16:42] They key differences between the often-used (and overused) glyph of DevOps vs. Jeffrey’s version, and how Jeffrey’s version helps increase productivity and cycle time.
[22:04] The other key features of Jeffrey’s book that help further illustrate his ideas and techniques.
[24:06] How to follow the guidance in this book.
[27:50] How to get a hold of the book!
Mentioned in this Episode:
Clear Measure (Sponsor)
Microsoft Build Conference Sessions
.NET DevOps for Azure, by Jeffrey Palermo
The Azure DevOps Podcast Ep. 03 - “Sam Guckenheimer on Testing, Data Collection, and the State of DevOps Report”
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