Some people write code, and some people look at Azure infrastructure. But what about what's between the two? In this session we will look at the road from code to deploy: versioning and Pipelines! Using Azure DevOps we will set up a workflow to automatically build, test, and deploy your artifacts to the cloud.
With a background in ops, Björn got stuck in the DevOps movement a long time ago. Working alongside both dev and ops gave him a good view in to all sides of the company, and today he spends his days helping with everything from communication, through infra as code, to CI/CD pipelines. By night he is involved in the Bicep community and helps out with the Bicep PowerShell module, solders and repairs old tech, and dreams of playing in a Norwegian black metal band.
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