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May Evening Event [Dual Presentations]
4:30 to 5:00pm Networking and Pizza 5:00 PM: Technical Talk 1 Manage your NuGet Package Release Pipelines in VSTS/TFS2018 We want to be able to produce a versioned artifact in a build definition and have it consumed by the application which holds the dependency. This is easy when working locally with Visual Studio but not so easy to accomplish when trying to configure a CI/CD pipeline. Luckily VSTS includes a Package Management extension which we can leverage to version the packages alongside our builds. Package Management does require a license to consume (i.e. NuGet restore or npm install) packages, produce (i.e. NuGet push or npm publish) packages, and publish or consume symbols. The Package Management extension is included with all Visual Studio Enterprise subscriptions which works for our situation. We will be using release views to communicate the package quality. Who: Wes MacDonald is a Visual Studio MVP, MCT, DevOps Consultant for LIKE 10 INC., a Dynamics, SharePoint and Visual Studio Team Services consulting firm with offices in Ottawa. As a Senior Developer/Architect with over 10 years of experience has been responsible for all aspects of software development and provides technical leadership to his clients and the .NET developer community. He also organizes the local Global DevOps Boot Camp (2nd year) which is being held on Saturday June 16th at Algonquin College this year. (60 mins + Q&A) 6: 00 PM: Technical Talk 2 Azure Key Vault Simplified Azure Key Vault is a cloud service that works as a secure secrets store. You have passwords, connection strings, and other pieces of information that are needed to keep your applications working. You want to make sure that this information is available but that it is secured. This is where Azure Key Vault can help. Azure Key Vault can help you securely store and manage application secrets. Who: Joel Hebert and Eric Leonard Joel Hebert is a Software Architect who resides in Ottawa. He is passionate about Security and Architecture. He would like to share his knowledge of hacking, penetration testing and continuous audit with you to allow you to think about the modern attack vectors that are present. Eric Leonard is a Solutions Architect how has been working in the industry for over 15 years working with Microsoft technologies to enable cloud and automation for customers. Eric’s roots are from infrastructure operations where he has managed all aspects of the infrastructure. (60 mins + Q&A)

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