Azure DevOps Saturday!

DOUGH - DevOps Usergroup Gothenburg
DOUGH - DevOps Usergroup Gothenburg
Public group


Nellickevägen 22 · Göteborg

How to find us

Vi finns på 10:e våningen i nya PEAB skrapan, vid gamla Lyckholms bryggerier intill Lisebergs södra parkering. Kollektivt är det Almedal hållplats där spårvagn 2 & 4.

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DOUGH invites you to a day of Azure DevOps with some amazing content, with speakers from near and far.

The event is totally free, and there will be food, coffee, snacks, and knowledge available!

We’ll be covering how Azure DevOps can help your company or open source project to plan smarter, collaborate better, and ship faster with a set of modern dev services.

Doors open 10:00 and closes at 17:00, see you there?


10:30 – Azure DevOps Pipelines
Mathias Olausson

12:00 – Lunch

13:00 – Azure DevOps for Open Source
Mattias Karlsson

14:30 – Ensuring quality in your
DevOps pipelines using Cake
Pascal Berger

15:30 – Hands on labs, q&a, socializing.

Azure DevOps Pipelines
Build, test, and deploy with CI/CD that works with any language, platform, and cloud. Connect to GitHub or any other Git provider and deploy continuously. We’ll take a look at the different options for building, packaging and releasing your projects with the CI/CD tools in Azure DevOps Pipelines.

Mathias Olausson
Mathias is CTO and co-founder of Solidify, a consulting company focused on helping companies improve their engineering skills. Mathias is a Microsoft MVP, Microsoft ALM Ranger and has published several books on development practices using Visual Studio and VSTS. As a hobby Mathias like to contribute to community add-ons for Visual Studio and VSTS, including the Test Case Explorer and Chuck Norris extensions.

Azure DevOps for Open Source
With the launch of Azure DevOps, Microsoft really reaffirms its commitment to giving back to open source. We’ll look at what Azure DevOps offers for open source projects, early adopter projects and go through how you can utilize Azure DevOps with your open source project’s DevOps pipeline.

Mattias Karlsson
Mattias has been working professionally as a developer for almost 20 years.
Today he's a partner and senior architect at WCOM, a Microsoft partner located in Gothenburg, Sweden.
He’s also a Microsoft Azure MVP and a member of the OzCode Magician community.
Contributes actively to the open source community. Best known there as one of the maintainers behind the Cake build system, which is now also part of the .NET foundation.

Ensuring quality in your DevOps pipelines using Cake
Once you have automated your DevOps pipelines you might want to use them as quality gates for your code.
This talk presents you an approach how you can manage all kind of code analysis and linting issues in your pipelines
to allow you to do stuff like:
- Breaking builds
- Creating reports
- Integration in your pull request workflow
It shows a generic approach using Cake as build automation system together with a bunch of addins
which easily can be extended for any kind of linter and integrate with different DevOps tools.

Pascal Berger
Pascal has over 20 years of experience with professional software development mainly on the .NET platform.
By day he works as Software Architect at BBT Software AG in Switzerland.
In his spare time he's active in the .NET open source community and involved in a number of open source projects
including Cake, Chocolatey and GitVersion, loves to go to football matches and hiking with his daughter.