March 18th Livestream, “What most people get wrong with CI/CD?
Canton Coders was privileged to have Bryan and Dana Finster. Checkout their bios below the video. But before that, see how the live stream performed.
Here’s how the meet up performed: With 37 RSVP and 51 unique viewers, our hypothesis that online events perform different than in-person events.
A little pandemic won’t stop us from having a meetup, virtually. We’ll call this spring training, with Bob Allen kicking the season off April 15th in person at our normal location. This month, we’ll go south to Arkansas, where Dana and Bryan will have a live conversation. “What people get wrong about CI/CD”. We will be answering live questions from our slack so join, it’s free. The video platform will be announced later this date.
About the Finsters:
A video is worth a kilobyte of words, Scaling Continuous Delivery to Walmart .
Dana Finster has been a software developer since 1998. She is an advocate of lean process and agility, a practitioner of CI/CD, and DevOps evangelist. She is currently working at Walmart, where she has facilitated CI/CD training workshops, grown a successful DevOps user community, and run company-wide DevOps events.
Bryan Finster is most famously known for fixing GitFlow. During the day, he works in the software delivery platform area of Walmart which provides product teams with easy tools for implementing CI/CD pipelines. He is a passionate advocate and practitioner of continuous delivery who founded and currently leads Walmart’s DevOps Dojo. Bryan’s blog is 5 minutes DevOps.