Indiana Jones had a great adventure when he was searching for the Holy Grail. But hey… software development is not far behind, especially if your deployment procedure requires manual steps. You can feel sweat dripping off your forehead before you go to production and there’s always a chance you’ll step on a broken board. Exciting, isn’t it? Not really. It’s time you start releasing your software with confidence and enjoy watching Indiana on TV rather than being in his shoes at 3 AM at work. Join me in this session and I will show you how easy it is to fully automate your deployment procedure using Release Management.

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About the speakers

About the speakers

The Releaser

Danijel Malik is a Solution Architect for SSW in beautiful Sydney, Australia. In his career, which includes more than 10 years of professional experience, he has worked on Desktop, Mobile & Web projects, many of them at Enterprise Level. He is now a specialist for ALM and is recognized as a Microsoft MVP for Visual Studio ALM. Besides that he is a MCSD for Web.

Danijel has worked for numerous clients that were ranging from manufacturing sector to medical services to taxes. Although he is very passionate about bleeding edge technologies, he will always look for quality first. He is a strong believer that applications must be robust, resilient to errors, and perform well. After all, he has spent years writing software that was running on multiple threads and delivering great UX to users.

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