Vagrant & Chocolatey for .NET Devs
Testing your automated deployments in different environments can be somewhat difficult when all you have is one machine to test against. Vagrant gives you the ability to test those deployments and Chocolatey is a universal approach for deploying software packages. Come learn how both of them work together to make you more productive and deploy into environments with less errors and near zero downtime.
Rob Reynolds (@ferventcoder (https://twitter.com/ferventcoder))
Rob is a developer who has a passion for developing low maintenance solutions. In his day job he is solving software management automation for Windows with Chocolatey Software. Rob is very active in OSS and manages several OSS projects. Some of those projects include Chocolatey (software management/package management for Windows) and RoundhousE (database migration engine, part of the Chuck Norris Framework). He tends to speak his mind about the importance of behavior-driven design, and his polyglot is all entranced in C# and Ruby right now. Viva la DevOps (with a side of bacon)!
Bluerivet @bluerivet (https://twitter.com/bluerivet)
Jennifer Brown ([masked])