ALM // DevOps using Visual Studio Online + How Badoo build their apps
Tarun Arora (twitter (https://twitter.com/arora_tarun), website (http://www.visualstudiogeeks.com/)) will be joining us to provide a lap through requirements management with Agile Planning tools, Visual Studio development tools, continuous integration, deployment, feedback management and application insights using Visual Studio Online.
Tarun Arora is obsessed with high quality working software, continuous delivery and Agile practices. He has experience managing technical programs, delivering enterprise architecture, digital strategy and implement Quality @ scale.
Tarun has worked on various industry leading programs for fortune 500 companies in the insurance, energy, resources and utilities sector. He is one of the many geeks working for Avanade in United Kingdom. Avanade helps clients and their customers realise results in a digital world through business technology solutions, cloud and managed services that combine insight, innovation and expertise in Microsoft technologies…
Tarun is a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional in Application Lifecycle Management 4 years running. He was awarded the MVP of the year award by Microsoft in 2014 for going over and beyond in supporting the product teams and the community with his contributions. Tarun is also an ALM Ranger and has contributed to key guidance and tooling projects focussed around Azure, Visual Studio Online and Visual Studio Extensibility.
Tarun is an active open source community contributor. He loves photography and has extensively travelled around the world. Follow him on twitter
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Additionally, we'll also be joined by Timur from Badoo (https://techblog.badoo.com/) who will be talking about the tools and processes they use to build apps quickly and to a very high standard.
Arrive from 6 for a 6:30 start.
Because we don't want you to get too hungry or thirsty if coming straight from work we'll also be providing some food and drink (http://windowsapps.london/2015/03/16/food-and-drink/). Registering in advance helps us order the right amount ;)
There will be some prizes to give-away too.