Ever heard "We can't do DevOps because of [insert technical excuse here]" ? This session will highlight the power of Azure DevOps to overcome any technical obstacle even an automated delivery pipeline from the cloud to that symbol of 80's technology: the Commodore 64. We'll then look at solutions to some of the most common excuses for embracing DevOps. Along the way we'll relive the glory and horror of 80's tech.
Todd Whitehead ((http://www.twitter.com/TodWhitehead)) is a Cloud Solution Architect with Microsoft based in Brisbane. He has over 20 years’ experience delivering solutions for clients in the travel, banking, retail and government sectors using .Net, Azure and Agile. In his spare time….well he's still waiting for that to happen.
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