The Omaha ALM User Group, formerly known as the Omaha Team System User Group, is having its inaugural meeting tomorrow night, Tuesday, January 15th, 2013. The Omaha ALM User Group is a technology agnostic group focused on utilizing tools and automation to support the people and processes across the complete application lifecycle. The group is co-lead by Jeff Bramwell and Mike Douglas.
Our first talk is Creating a deployment framework with TFS and custom PowerShell Cmdlets by Andy Bayer:
As testing and release cycles continue to shorten for developers, automating application deployments becomes almost a necessity. TFS and WebDeploy provide some very powerful tools to simplify application deployments, but have limits to what can be done. An excellent way to extend the out-of-the-box deployment tools is with PowerShell, but that can carry a learning curve and become a maintenance headache very quickly. Enter custom PowerShell Cmdlets – a way to hide all of that ‘evil’ PowerShell scripting and deployment logic from view, and at the same time, provide one location to maintain for any number of deployments. If done correctly, this can result in a fairly simple, yet very extensible deployment framework for any organization.
4979 South 118th St.
Omaha, NE 68137
You can enter at the north building on the west side. The meeting will begin at 6:00pm with the food (pizza :-) arriving around 5:45pm.
For more information:
- Check out the details for this event here
- Follow us @OmahaALM
- Visit us on-line – www.OmahaALM.org (website update in progress)
We look forward to seeing you there!