She will introduce the basic concepts of building a development lifecycle around Azure using .NET tools, DevOps toolchain, and processes. She will start by deploying a sample App in Github to Azure App Service and she will focus on the end-to-end continuous deployment experience for .NET developers from continuous integration, deployment, monitoring, and debugging.
Software architect, awarded by Microsoft as Most Valuable Professional in Developer Technologies, Azure Certified, Microsoft Certified Trainer, author, speaker, contributing code to projects and a member in dotnetfoundation and Speaker, she led many projects to drive change through technological innovations that create business opportunities, she shapes and translates business and IT strategies, she is empowering organizations to achieve more on the cloud with new skills, she is a mentor and coaches future leaders, share knowledge, and animate sessions, and webinars. She is Blogger, Speaker, Author, and Technical Writer. Recently, she was selected as a finalist in the Women in IT Award Canada 2019. She is developing and architecting software at a commercial level for well since 2009 in many sectors: Telecommunication, Automotive, Finance, Banking.
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