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Continuous Discussions (#c9d9) Podcast: Episode 38

This morning on #c9d9 we discussed tips and best practices for accelerating your CI cycles to improve developer productivity -

  • How to speed up build and test times?
  • How to ensure accurate builds and consistent tests at scale?
  • How to better utilize your CI Infrastructure?

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This episode features:

eric melski c9d9 Eric Melski
A "developer's developer" who creates tools for developers; now Chief Architect at Electric Cloud, where he makes high-performance build tools.
@emelskielectric-cloud.com/blog/author/eric-melski/

 

Irfan-sayed Irfan Sayed
Irfan is a DevOps disruptor, MSys DevOps Innovation Lab co-creator, SCM/ Build Release proficiency, eager technologist, future strategist.
@irfansayed1502amzingdevops.blogspot.com

 

nirav-sanghavi Nirav Sanghavi
Nirav Sanghavi is GM, technology & solutions at Cygnet Infotech. He is Agile enthusiastic & his blood is tested positive for Java and Scrum.
@niravdsanghavitesting-whiz.com/blog

 

Spencer Allain Spencer Allain
Spencer was an early adopter of Jenkins and Gradle to support his love of automation. He relaxes by mentoring FIRST Robotics programs.
@BTI360bti360.com/author/spencer-a

 

Vishnu Datla Vishnu Datla
Founder & CEO of AutoRABIT, Inc., a SaaS based enterprise class Continuous Delivery product suite for cloud technologies focusing on Salesforce.com.
@vishnurajuhttp://www.autorabit.com/blog/


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On the next episode of Continuous Discussions:

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Episode 39: CD Automation

Join us on April 19, to discuss tips for automating your CD pipelines.

This episode will feature:

dondee-tan Dondee Tan
@DondeeTan is a Test Architect at AlaskaAir IT responsible for providing technical leadership, solutions and strategic test direction.
@DondeeTan/a> | www.DondeeTan.com

 

Sebastian Göttschkes Sebastian Göttschkes
Developer with a strong interest in DevOps; Currently working with Python and Dart as well as Vagrant and Ansible.
@Sgoettschkessgoettschkes.me

 

taco bakker Taco Bakker
Taco previously worked as a Team Lead for a large internaltional bank, spending most of his time bridging Dev and Ops. Today he's a LEAN Six Sigma black belt focusing on CD.
@tsbakker65www.tsbakker.nl/taco.html

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