DevOpsDays Copenhagen was my first DevOpsDays event and it was my first time in Copenhagen. I really enjoyed Copenhagen, it doesn’t feel like a big city. It’s very organized, cozy and everybody is very friendly. The all logistic for me was very simple: 5 minutes by train from airport to city center, 5 minutes walking from the train station to the hotel, 15 minutes walking from hotel to conference venue. The mornings were rainy and at the afternoons the sun …
Last January 30th I made at PortoData user group a presentation how to use the framework tSQLt to add unit tests to the database. You can check the slides here:
To give a talk for the community that you helped to create is something special and this happened to me in January this year. It was the first DevOps Porto meetup of the year and the selected talk was about my favorite topic: “Operations for databases : the agile/devops journey”.
I was very happy to be invited to make the presentation “Delivering changes for databases and applications” for the NetPonto community. The interaction with the audience was great.
At SQLSaturday Porto 2017 edition I was speaker and a member of the organization team of the event. From the organization perspective the event went smother than the previous year. We were happy with the improvements that we were able to made. My presentation was about how to set a WordPress website using Azure Web Apps and a Azure Database for MySQL but the “demo gods” were not on my side, and the last demo crashed. However the interaction with …
WinOps London 2017 was my first international conference as speaker. WinOps it’s conference dedicated to DevOps in the “Windows world” and I’m proud to have been part of the event. At the time I was excited and scared, the lineup of speakers was great: Jeffrey Snover, Steve Thair, Elton Stoneman, Rob Reynolds and others. I also found two familiar faces: Alex Yates and Ed Elliott. I felt like a little kid playing with the big game with the grown ups. It was a …
In July at Porto.Data community I made a presentation about the deployment pipeline for Azure SQL databases.
In June I made the presentation “Operations for databases – the agile/devops journey” at DevOps Lisbon. This talk is the combination of the different moments of my agile journey through Scrum and Kanban and the operations scope at three different levels: database, application and infrastructure. It was great to present to DevOps Lisbon community and I’m hoping to repeat in future.
In March 2017 I made the presentation “Delivering changes for databases and applications” especially focusing Azure platform.
This was my second time as a speaker at SQLSaturday Lisbon and this time the session was about “Delivering changes for databases and applications”. As usual was a well organized event, a great experience.