We now have printed copies of the book Continuous Delivery with Windows and .NET available to order from our online store.
Our book Continuous Delivery with Windows and .NET by Matthew Skelton and Chris O’Dell is required reading for the MSc in Software Systems Engineering course at University College London (UCL). The book explains concepts like version control branching, Continuous Integration, software packaging, and automated deployment in highly accessible and readable ways, and was selected by the UCL course tutors because it helps to prepare students for real-world business problems.
From the MSc in Software Systems Engineering (SSE) page:
The UCL SSE group is regularly ranked in the top three groups in the world (Microsoft Academic Search), you will be taught by those who are setting the international agenda, and our research has been repeatedly rated as world-class.
Over 100 printed copies of Continuous Delivery with Windows and .NET were taken recently at WinOps Conference in London. Sorry we did not have time to sign them all – they went so quickly!
If you’d like a printed copy of the book, please let us know via the Feedback page – we will try to get you a copy from O’Reilly!
We’re excited that publishers O’Reilly will have bookstands at both PIPELINE Conference and WinOps and they’re bringing some printed copies of Continuous Delivery with Windows and .NET! We (Chris O’Dell and Matthew Skelton) will be around at both events to sign copies of the report – get yours before they are gone!
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Thanks again to the team O’Reilly for all their support.
Chris and Matthew spoke at the London Continuous Delivery meetup group on 23rd February 2016, using some case studies from the book and some person experience to show how Continuous Delivery is very much possible in 2016 and beyond.
See the Table of Contents for what’s included.
After several months of hard work writing, editing, and reviewing, our new eBook Continuous Delivery with Windows and .NET will be published soon by O’Reilly (we got the go ahead for Production this week).
We’ll be updating this website with more info and details of the book over the coming weeks.
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Matthew Skelton and Chris O’Dell