Continuous Delivery : Beyond technical
Speaker: Steve Godbold
The topic of continuous delivery is largely discussed as a set of technical processes for achieving high quality within software development. However a large part of it's value comes from reducing the time from the creation of software to the time it is in the hands of users or customers. In this session we'll take a look at how our process impacts our ability to continuously deliver and how using the Kanban Method to improve our process can support our efforts to deliver better software more effectively.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Steve Godbold is an ALM Consultant based in Sydney, Australia. Consulting to some of Australia's largest government departments, local startups and global corporations, his breadth of experience feeds his knowledge of various software processes. Passionate about challenging himself outside of client engagements, Steve is commonly found buried in his to-read pile, presenting at community events or working hard to make sure his girlfriend doesn't beat him on words with friends.
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The popular DeveloperDeveloperDeveloper events have taken place in Sydney, Melbourne, and Adelaide this year and now it’s Brisbane’s turn! Organised by Damian Brady from our Brisbane office, the event will have some great sessions presented by speakers from Brisbane, interstate, and possibly even overseas.
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Using TVP’s and XML to Transport Relational Data
Speaker: Jeff Wharton
Developers can now use a number of different methods for transporting relational data from their applications to SQL Server and sometimes choosing the best method(s) to use can be frustrating. Which one is faster? Which one is easier to implement? Can I use a mixture of both?
In this presentation we’ll take a look at how to implement solutions using XML and Table-valued Parameters (TVP’s) and what’s required to switch between the two technologies. We’ll also take a look at some of the pros and cons associated with using XML and TVP’s in your applications and what can be done to reduce the (perceived) performance overheads associated with using said technologies.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Jeff is a Solutions Architect with Ozcruising and holds a Master’s Degree in Systems Development (.NET Stream) and a Master’s Degree in Database Design and Management (SQL Server). Jeff is also a MCT specialising in SQL Server technologies and holds MCPD, MCITP, MCDBA and MCSD certifications.
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