Continuous Delivery course at O’Reilly

A few months ago, Marcel de Vries and I created this course for O’Reilly that dives into “Continuous Delivery on the Windows Stack”, and now it is finally released!

We talk a lot about Continuous Delivery and use Visual Studio, Visual Studio Team Services and Azure to show you what you can do. There is also a module covering advanced topics like Feature Toggles, Dark Launching and A/B Testing

The official description on the O’Reilly site is:

In this Continuous Delivery with the Windows Stack training course, expert authors Marcel de Vries and René van Osnabrugge will teach you everything you need to know about deployment with Windows, Azure, and Visual Studio. This course is designed for users that are already familiar with the Windows Stack.

You will start by learning about continuous delivery, then jump into learning about version control as the foundation of continuous delivery. From there, Marcel and René will teach you how to test within a continuous delivery pipeline, including how to categorize different test types, start test automation with unit tests, and use executable specifications. This video tutorial also covers release management and feedback loops. Finally, you will learn advanced techniques, such as feature toggles, deployment slots, and traffic manager.

Once you have completed this computer based training course, you will have learned everything you need to know to be able to engineer for ongoing deployment with Windows, Azure, and Visual Studio.

It is a paid course but still, if you are interested.. Enjoy!

http://shop.oreilly.com/product/0636920049074.do

 

 

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