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A New Kind of Engineering: Learn How to Manage Your Increasingly Critical Build-Test-Deploy Processes


A New Kind of Engineering: Learn How to Manage Your Increasingly Critical Build-Test-Deploy Processes

Date / Time
Wednesday, July 14, 2010
11:00 AM PT / 2:00 PM ET
[click here to register]

Duration
1 hour

Presented By
Dr. Dobb's Webinar

Overview

Software is becoming more complex - and so have the tools, the processes and the systems your team needs to support the application lifecycle. Attend this one-hour webinar and learn powerful new techniques for managing that complexity. Consider build-test-release. The number of moving parts involved in the build-test-release process alone have started to rival the complexity of the applications your teams are building. This webcast introduces and explores a new software development discipline, Software Production Engineering.

Here's what you'll gain by attending:

  • You'll learn the root causes of how agile methods are affecting - and straining - your build-test-deploy systems
  • You'll see how driving toward automation and reuse in the production environment will become a prerequisite for increasing and improving efficiency
  • How production technology will drive innovation in your development team

Find out about this new software development discipline and how it can help you transform software build-test-release systems from process bottlenecks to process accelerators!

Register now.

Featured Speaker:

Anders Wallgren — Chief Technical Officer, Electric Cloud


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