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Full name

Domenico Musto

Job Application Architect / Team Lead
email domenico [dot] musto [at] gmail [dot] com
Skypeid mimmozzo.musto
Phone number +447411611794
Company Huddle
City (Country) London
Time 45'
Type of Conference Conference > 100 attendees
Level Everybody

Continuous delivery made possible


Software architect with more than 10 years of experience in developing high volume/performance scalable web applications. In the last few years I've lead the migration to an agile approach of various companies. Today I live between Toulouse and London where I lead a scrum team in Huddle. My job is mainly about architecture, mentoring and implementation of agile practices. The technologies I usually work with are .NET, C# e Ruby. I am a frequent speaker at international conferences


The Agile Manifesto says "Our highest priority is to satisfy the customer through early and continuous delivery of valuable software." That's nice but..how do we actually do that ? What's the difference between continuous deployment and continuous integration ? What does that mean for the business ? How will this change the way we work and write code ? Build an environment which allows us to continuously deliver software in an automated fashion can be very hard, especially in a large fast growing company. In this session we will explore practices, techniques and tools we can use to set up a development process which enables automated deployment.

Benefits for the attendees

As this talk is based on real experiences I had in the past in implementing this, the attendees will learn techniques they can actually start using just the day after the conference. They will learn how to structure the code, tests, how to use tools and how to integrate with other teams.

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