How do move from releasing every few months, to weeks and then perhaps daily?
Is “Fail fast, Learn fast” the way to get there? Enough of talk… I’d like to see how it really can be done?
Please do join us for our Go User Group webinar (GUG) on Tue, Oct 30, 2012. This interactive (plenty of Q&A time) webinar will feature two 20-25 min presentations:
CD from months to weeks to days with Go by John Esser, Director of Engineering Productivity and Agile Development at Ancestry.com
John architected Ancestry’s transformation to Agile development and continuous delivery. He will run us through the highs, lows and nitty gritties of crossing that all-important chasm to optimizing your CD goal. And how Go enabled them in their pursuit.
How Luau uses Go’s’ Fan-in feature by Badrinath Janakiraman, Awesome Developer at Thoughtworks Studios
Badrinath will showcase how his team leveraged the new Go Fan-in/Fan-out functionality while building their Single Sign-On system on steroids and how it enabled them to continuously test and release against multiple integration points under active development without manual regression testing.
Archived Video from Oct 30th 2012
A bit more about our speakers:
John Esser, Director Engineering Productivity and Agile Development, Ancestry.com
John is currently the Director of Engineering Productivity and Agile Development at Ancestry.com. His team’s mission is to accelerate engineering’s ability to deliver value to the customer.
He is the architect of Ancestry’s transformation to Agile development and continuous delivery. John has more than 25 years software development experience working for such companies as IBM, Corel, Callware Technologies, and Control4. His spare time is gobbled up by his beautiful wife, four teenage sons, reading lots of books, and fly-fishing for trout on the Provo River.
Badrinath Janakiraman is a developer at Thoughtworks Inc, where he has been working since 2001. He worked as a consultant/coach from 2001 to 2006, working with various clients in the equipment leasing, education and insurance industries. Since 2006, he has worked in Thoughtworks Studios spending most of the time as developer and tech-lead of Mingle. In addition to geeking out over code, he also deeply enjoys geeking out over food, cooking, hiking and music.
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