I am really pleased to be involved in the upcoming Agile Australia Conference, being held at the end of May in Melbourne. This year I’ll be running one of the pre-conference workshops that aim to offer in-depth learning to small groups.
The workshop I’m taking is called From Continuous Integration to Continuous Delivery - Deploy projects on demand. In it I’ll be discussing how Continuous Delivery is the highest form of Continuous Integration, and how successful Continuous Delivery actually involves a mindset change. Find out more about what I'll be covering.
If you’re interested in coming along you can register online for 2 or 4 workshops – conference delegates can attend the workshops for a reduced cost, but you don’t have to be attending the conference to go to the workshops.
I’m looking forward to meeting all you ‘Agile Australians’ out there!
About John Smart
John is an experienced consultant and trainer specialising in Enterprise Java, Web Development, and Open Source technologies, currently based in Wellington, New Zealand. Well known in the Java community for his many published articles, and as author of Java Power Tools, John helps organisations around the world to optimize their Java development processes and infrastructures and provides training and mentoring in open source technologies, SDLC tools, and agile development processes.More About John »
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