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The Azure DevOps Podcast is a show for developers and devops professionals shipping software using Microsoft technologies. Each show brings you hard-hitting interviews with industry experts innovating better methods and sharing success stories. Listen in to learn how to increase quality, ship quickly, and operate well. Hosted by Jeffrey Palermo and sponsored by Clear Measure, Inc.

The Azure DevOps Podcast is a show for developers and devops professionals shipping software using Microsoft technologies. Each show brings you hard-hitting interviews with industry experts innovating better methods and sharing success stories. Listen in to learn how to increase quality, ship quickly, and operate well. Hosted by Jeffrey Palermo and sponsored by Clear Measure, Inc.
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The Azure DevOps Podcast is a show for developers and devops professionals shipping software using Microsoft technologies. Each show brings you hard-hitting interviews with industry experts innovating better methods and sharing success stories. Listen in to learn how to increase quality, ship quickly, and operate well. Hosted by Jeffrey Palermo and sponsored by Clear Measure, Inc.

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Episodes

Christina Rudolph on DevOps from a Product Manager’s Perspective - Episode 71

1/13/2020
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On today’s podcast, Christina Rudolph is joining Jeffrey Palermo to discuss DevOps from a Product Manager’s perspective! Christina Rudolph has been a Product Manager at Clear Measure since November 2019. Previously, she served as Vice President of Operations for SAFE 2 SAVE from 2018 to 2019, she is the Founder and was Executive Director of the Friends of Hamilton ISD Education Foundation from 2011 to 2018, and an Information Technology Project Manager at Accenture from 2001 to 2008. She...

Duration:00:26:03

3 Essential DevOps Scenarios for Your DevOps Pipeline - Episode 70

1/6/2020
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Happy New Year’s — it’s officially 2020! To kick things off for this first episode back, Jeffrey is bringing you a special solo episode that will be entirely focused on the three essential scenarios that your DevOps pipeline needs to support. Whether you’re doing your own research, planning on putting this all in place for new projects, or even adapting a legacy application with your DevOps environment — this is essential information. This overview will thoroughly cover all three of these...

Duration:00:33:48

Kathleen Dollard on Setting Up Your Machine for .NET Core - Episode 69

12/30/2019
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Today’s episode marks the end of 2019 as well as over a year of Azure DevOps Podcasts! In today’s final episode of 2019, Kathleen Dollard joins the podcast to discuss setting up your machine for .NET Core! Kathleen is a Principal Program Programmer at Microsoft, a long-time developer, and a national conference speaker. She’s been at Microsoft for a little over two years now and is an expert in C#, .NET and ASP.NET, SQL Server, and Visual Basic. She’s also the author of the book, Code...

Duration:00:44:59

Sudhanva Huruli on the Open Application Model - Episode 68

12/23/2019
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This week on the podcast, Jeffrey Palermo is joined by Sudhanva Huruli, a Program Manager at Microsoft. He’s currently a maintainer on the Open Application Model and has been at Microsoft now for 2 years. In the past, he’s also worked on Microsoft's distributed systems platform (Service Fabric), led the effort for their Java developer offering, and helped design and build a product to provide visibility into the status of rollouts to any core Azure services. In this episode, Jeffrey and...

Duration:00:36:45

Elton Stoneman on Docker in a DevOps World — Episode 67

12/16/2019
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In today’s episode, Elton Stoneman is joining the podcast! Elton is an Architect at Docker and an Azure MVP. He’s currently in the process of writing his new book, Learn Docker in a Month of Lunches, which already has 9 chapters up online! It’s a completely accessible, task-focused guide to Docker on Linux, Windows, or Mac Systems. Elton started his career as a .NET Consultant and, as he says, ‘Spent the last 10 years building big, ugly monolithic apps which [he] now spends his time...

Duration:00:38:17

Mark Fussell on the Distributed Application Runtime or Dapr - Episode 66

12/9/2019
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In this week’s episode, Jeffrey Palermo welcomes Mark Fussell on to the podcast! Mark works on the Azure Compute team and is the Product Manager for the new Dapr framework (AKA the Distributed Application Runtime.) He has been working at Microsoft for the last 19 years and has been a passionate advocate for building microservice-based applications for the last 10 years. He has a proven track record of building innovative computing platforms, running large scale cloud services, and starting...

Duration:00:41:08

Microsoft Ignite 2019 Recap with Various Guests - Episode 65

12/2/2019
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Just a few short weeks ago, Microsoft held its Ignite conference. Over 29k people filled the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL. It was a very energy-filled week! And your host, Jeffrey Palermo, had the privilege of being on staff this year as a part of the Community Reporter Team. The night before the conference, Jeffrey hosted a Party with Palermo event — an event he has been doing since 2005 (with the first one being just an open call to gather for dinner at a hotel...

Duration:00:32:52

John Campbell on a DevOps Success Story - Episode 64

11/25/2019
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Joining Jeffrey Palermo on the show today is John Campbell, a Director of Process and Solutions Architect at Anaqua! John has been with Anaqua for just over 3 years but has been in the industry for more than 20. He originally started out as a developer but is now leading several teams in the architecting of solutions for application features, is responsible for introducing and implementing SCRUM and agile principles across the organization, and is enabling his team with DevOps practices to...

Duration:00:36:31

Matt Mitchell on DevOps on the .NET Core Engineering Services Team - Episode 63

11/18/2019
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Matt Mitchell is the lead engineer of the .NET Core Engineering Services Team at Microsoft. Matt joined Microsoft in 2006 after two years as an intern from 2004-05. Right out of the gate he did all C++ Compiler work for about 8 years. Eventually, his work morphed into working on the opensource infrastructure for .NET Core — which is what he’s doing now! In today’s episode, Jeffrey and Matt are taking a look into DevOps on the .NET Core Engineering Services Team! Matt dissects what...

Duration:00:41:24

James Montemagno on the Xamarin Development Cycle - Episode 62

11/11/2019
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Joining Jeffrey Palermo today on the podcast is James Montemagno! James is quite prolific in the space and has tons of content out on the web! Currently, James is a Principal Program Manager for Client Developer Tools at Microsoft with a focus on mobile development with Xamarin. Prior to his role at Microsoft, he spent 3 years at Xamarin, 2 years doing mobile dev, and a year before that he worked as a Windows phone dev — that’s a total of 9 years in the mobile space! On top of his...

Duration:00:45:46

Jeff Hollan on Azure Functions and Serverless - Episode 61

11/4/2019
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This week, Jeff Hollan is joining the podcast! Jeff is a Principal Program Manager on the Azure Functions team. He is always developing and shipping solutions on the latest and greatest tech, and is passionate about speaking at conferences around the world — he truly lives and breathes all things serverless! Jeff will be sharing tons of information about Azure Functions and the landscape of serverless on this episode! He shares how to start with going serverless and navigating the many...

Duration:00:37:49

Shayne Boyer on the Landscape of Containers and Cloud-Native - Episode 60

10/28/2019
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Today’s guest on the podcast is Shayne Boyer, a Principal Cloud Advocate and .NET Lead at Microsoft! For the last 15 years, he has been developing Microsoft-based technology, mixing in a little Oracle and Android — but truly, .NET is the world he lives in. He has started User Groups for Windows Phone, worked in Government Software, Public Records Systems, created major reservations systems for Cruise Companies, and has even worked for a mouse (AKA Walt Disney World) as a Senior Solutions...

Duration:00:42:34

Daniel Jacobson on DevOps for Desktop Applications - Episode 59

10/21/2019
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Today’s guest is Daniel Jacobson, a Program Management Lead on the Visual Studio team focused on empowering Windows Developers. Daniel was one of the speakers at the .NET Conf 2019 and will also be at the 2019 Microsoft Ignite conference! Daniel joined Microsoft about 5 years ago as a Program Manager. And now, as a Senior PM on the Visual Studio team, Daniel’s focus is on the biggest challenge that developers are facing anywhere in their development. His team empowers literally millions of...

Duration:00:37:02

Glenn Condron on New Capabilities in .NET - Episode 58

10/14/2019
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This week on the podcast, Jeffrey is speaking with Glenn Condron! Glenn is the Program Management Lead of the App Platform team within the Developer Division at Microsoft, focusing on .NET. With .NET Conf 2019 just recently wrapped up, Glenn will be highlighting some of the new capabilities within .NET! Glenn was a part of the keynote, where he gave some really interesting demos showing the new stuff coming out for .NET. Having seen the keynote himself, Jeffrey knew that his listeners had...

Duration:00:42:41

Craig Loewen on the Windows Subsystem for Linux DevOps Story - Episode 57

10/7/2019
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On this week’s episode, Jeffrey is joined by Craig Loewen to discuss the Windows Subsystem for Linux! Craig is a Program Manager on the Windows Subsystem for Linux team. He started his journey in University by studying as a Mechatronics Engineer. Really loving all things software, Craig worked at several different companies, but eventually found his way to Microsoft as an intern. Not long after, he got hired on full-time! He’s been with the WLS team now for about a year. Today, Jeffrey...

Duration:00:32:42

Oren Eini on DevOps Success at RavenDB (Part 2) - Episode 56

9/30/2019
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This is the second part to the two-episode series with Oren Eini! If you haven’t listened to the first part already be sure to tune into that one first! Oren Eini, pseudonym Ayende Rahien, is a frequent blogger at Ayende.com and has over 20 years of experience in the development world, with strong focuses on the Microsoft and .NET ecosystem. As an internationally acclaimed presenter, Oren has appeared at DevTeach, JAOO (now GOTO) QCon, Oredev, NDC, Yow! and Progressive.NET conferences;...

Duration:00:41:05

Oren Eini on DevOps Success at RavenDB (Part 1) - Episode 55

9/23/2019
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Today’s guest is Oren Eini, pseudonym Ayende Rahien. Oren is a frequent blogger at Ayende.com and has over 20 years of experience in the development world, with strong focuses on the Microsoft and .NET ecosystem. As an internationally acclaimed presenter, Oren has appeared at DevTeach, JAOO (now GOTO) QCon, Oredev, NDC, Yow! and Progressive.NET conferences; sharing his knowledge via conferences and written works such as DSLs in Boo: Domain-Specific Languages in .NET, published by Manning and...

Duration:00:36:30

Kayla Cinnamon and Rich Turner on DevOps on the Windows Terminal Team - Episode 54

9/16/2019
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On this week’s podcast, Kayla Cinnamon and Rich Turner are joining the show! Kayla is a Program Manager on the Windows Terminal Team and has been working for Microsoft for the last 8 years, and Rich is a Senior Program Manager, also on the Windows Terminal Team and has been with Microsoft for nearly 4 years. Kayla and Rich are speaking with Jeffrey today to discuss how the Windows Terminal Team does DevOps. They’ll be speaking about all the recent news regarding the new Windows Terminal,...

Duration:00:56:28

Jared Parsons on DevOps on the C# Compiler Team - Episode 53

9/9/2019
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Today, your host, Jeffrey Palermo is speaking with Jared Parsons, the Principal Developer Lead on the C# Compiler Team. Everybody tuning in probably uses his code on a day-to-day basis! Jared started out at Microsoft 15 years ago as a Developer; moved on to become a Senior Developer; then Principal Developer on Midori OS; and most recently, the Principal Developer on C# Compiler Team, which he has been with since 2014. In this episode, Jeffrey and Jared are taking a look at what the...

Duration:00:35:57

Patrick Smacchia on Static Code Analysis - Episode 52

9/2/2019
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Patrick Smacchia is the founder and CEO of NDepend — a tool for .NET static analysis — and has been in the software world for over 20 years. He’s one of the world’s top tier experts in static code analysis. And today, with more than 8,000 client companies (including many Fortune 500s), NDepend offers deeper insight and understanding about their code bases to a wide range of professional users around the world. In this episode, Jeffrey and Patrick will be discussing static code analysis....

Duration:00:40:12