Developing For Deterministic Deliveries

The practice of engineering the processes of a development effort are often ad hoc. While that can clearly work well for trivial things, it tends to be under-clubbed for larger efforts. Likewise, intense process with constant updates and schedules is equally impossible to deal with. This talk deals with something of the happy medium but leaning far more towards enterprise efforts and the results that are usually expected of that. We’ll talk about and demonstrate elements of a consistent build lifecycle and why you need one, and discuss what happens when you don’t.



Mykel Alvis

Mykel Alvis has over four decades of working in software development to arrive at the hot mess that he is today. His career has covered essentially every phase of the software delivery lifecycle, ...