Lets start 2017 with two awesome stories on Mobile Continuous Delivery! And, as always, lots of cool discussions with your fellow DevOps, with some drinks and snacks in your hand!
The event starts at 19:00 and talks will start at 19:15 sharp, please be on time!
We will have another book to raffle among those who arrive before 19:15!
Talk #1 - The Mobile Roundabout by João Almeida
In the past few years mobility has become the center of the universe. All organizations want to be part of it, so they are betting on innovation and improving quality while keeping costs as low as possible. As to be expected, Continuous Delivery (and DevOps) can help to attain all these goals. In this talk, we'll learn about the mobile ecosystem, the main concerns and the main differences when compared to "web" software, either in the cloud or on-premises.
João Almeida (http://www.linkedin.com/in/jalmeida) (@jalmeida (http://twitter.com/jalmeida)) is a Technical Evangelist at Microsoft Portugal focusing on Microsoft Platform to technical audiences. Currently working towards bringing modern apps to life and pushing modern web standards across the web community. With more than 10 years of experience in IT and development he is passionate around performance and interop.
Talk #2 - Rapid Delivery of Mobile Apps by Manuel Pata
Eventually the day will come when you’ll have to deliver some sort of mobile application. On that day (and during the months that follow) you’ll swear a lot while you deal with whole new IDEs, APIs, programming languages, known issues and a myriad of other annoying things related to mobile development.We get that and we want to stop it from happening to you. At OutSystems, we aim to make life simpler to our customers. So we set out on a journey to make building mobile applications easy for everyone.In this presentation we'll show you how we developed a service on AWS to build mobile applications.
Manuel Pata (https://www.linkedin.com/in/manuel-pata) is the leader of the Cloud Automation team at OutSystems and for the last couple of years has been exploring the marvels of using AWS to automate a myriad of things.