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How do we keep our iOS and Android builds organized, tested, and distributed to team members and users who need them, with the correct versions flowing into the app stores? This is DevOps for mobile apps.
Dan Hermes, Xamarin MVP and co-organizer of Boston Mobile C# Developers Group, will discuss the high points of his upcoming edX video course for Microsoft on how to do all of these things using Visual Studio Mobile Center (VSMC). He will talk about developing, deploying and managing mobile applications in DevOps environments. He'll cover setup and management of VSMC and the testing and deployment of mobile apps. Mobile Center Build, Test, and Distribute are powered by Visual Studio Team System (VSTS), Xamarin Test Cloud, and HockeyApp. Learn the VSMC workflows that tie all of these tools together.
This talk is for any and all native app developers, not just C#. Many features of VSMC work for Objective-C and Java just as well as Xamarin.
About the Speaker
Dan Hermes is a Xamarin MVP, Microsoft MVP, and founder of Lexicon Systems, an award-winning Xamarin consulting firm. Mr. Hermes helps developers create great mobile apps and helps businesses develop a winning mobile strategy. His firm's Xamarin projects include B4UFLY, a drone app for the Federal Aviation Administration, and a cross-platform app for Thermo Fisher Scientific which won a W3, a Davey award, and was a finalist for a Xammy award. Mr. Hermes' clientele includes dozens of software-building firms such as Fidelity Investments, EDS, and Computerworld Magazine. He has spoken recently at Microsoft Ignite, IBM InterConnect, Microsoft Azure Day, Xamarin DevDays, and mobile user groups nationwide . His mobile cross-platform dev blog is http://mobilecsharpcafe.com/. Connect with him on Twitter at @danhermes. Dan is a writer for MSDN Magazine, a video course instructor for Microsoft's OpenEdX curriculum, and author of the best-selling Apress book Xamarin Mobile Application Development.