ID@Xbox is Microsoft's self-publishing program for independent developers on Xbox. This talk will give developers an overview of how the ID program will work in the future, as well as provide guidance on the opportunities for independent developers across the Microsoft ecosystem.
This session will be your opportunity to do a live Q&A with the Visual Studio product team that works on TACO (the Tools for Apache Cordova) and special guests from the Cordova community.
Ryan J. Salva, lead program manager for TACO and a Cordova contributor
Jordan Matthiesen, a program manager on the TACO team
Raymond Camden, Cordova contributor and member of the IBM MobileFirst team
Carlos Sanata, Cordova contributor and member of the IBM MobileFirst team
Learn how to leverage Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration to operationalize “DevOps” capabilities on Azure. We start with the basics of PowerShell DSC working through the basic architecture, example uses and preventing “configuration drift.” We review DevOps principles and then apply those principles using PowerShell DSC over Azure to enable continuous deployment.