Two Dutch CTOs, Jeroen van de Kamp and Ruben Spruijt, give their insights and unbiased opinion on the Workspace in 2020. They explain what recent developments mean for your organization, users, and workspace strategy. More than 30 different (and sometimes controversial) topics will be evaluated. Highlighted content from ProjectVRC state of the virtualization union 2015 will be used. This session gives you tons of creative food for thought for tomorrow's workspace, including: Future roadmap and Insights and discussion on Workspace 2020.
Session Takeaway: Sound like genius to your boss! You'll learn what some of the top minds in the end user computing space think about the future of EUC.
Technical debt slows down the ability of development teams to make changes in code, whether it's adding new features, or fixing issues. DevOps aims to remove hurdles from getting features deployed to production by standardizing and automating the delivery pipeline, and Agile processes aim to make the act of development itself more efficient and incremental. But, although both are necessary to be deliver business value faster, they are not sufficient where the code is carrying a lot of debt: development remains a bottleneck in that case. This talk will show how active management of technical debt can be incorporated into an Agile, DevOps workflow, by measuring debt as part of continuous integration, then using baselines and policies to prevent new debt being introduced and to manage down existing debt. It will be illustrated with demos that combine the capabilities of Visual Studio Online, Team Foundation Server, Visual Studio and SonarQube.