SSW’s Danijel Malik’s interview with Sam Guckenheimer, Chief Strategist for VSTS at Microsoft, to talk about DevOps and Security.
Sam starts with Microsoft’s journey from waterfall to DevOps before he shares some insights on how Microsoft is fighting off hacker attacks.
About the speakers
Danijel is a Visual Studio ALM MVP. He is an experienced developer and speaker, regularly presenting at conferences around the world. At SSW, as well as building great solutions for clients, Danijel is the Product Owner for SSW Code Auditor.
Sam Guckenheimer is the Product Owner of Microsoft Visual Studio product line. He has 30 years' experience as architect, developer, tester, product manager, project manager and general manager in the software industry worldwide. His first book, "Software Engineering with Visual Studio," was translated into seven languages and recognized as a de facto guide for teams adopting agile practices. A frequent speaker at industry conferences, Sam is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Harvard University. Sam lives in the Seattle area with his wife and three of his four children in a sustainable house they built that has been featured in Metropolitan Home and Pacific Northwest magazine.
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