Modernize Your Development Pipeline-Automation, Tools and Methods to Get More Out of Your Process

Wednesday, July 19, 2017
5:30 PM

SEP's Product Design Studio
836 S. Rangeline Road
Carmel, IN 46032

Refreshments to follow.

Automation, social networks and containers are not just buzzwords in your news feed, they are also changing the way that software is developed, evaluated, and deployed.  As software applications get more complex, so do the development pipelines.  When you add in organizational constraints, regulatory concerns, and modern development practices, it’s almost impossible to know where to begin.

This talk will cover how to use these concepts to create robust development pipelines that:

  • Naturally coordinate work across teams
  • Absorb library and technology updates with confidence
  • Simplify complex configuration management across development, qa and production environments
  • Deliver key quality and regulatory needs such as 100% code review and requirements to testing traceability.

In this talk, I will share how we are doing these at Indigo BioAutomation.  I’ll share our challenges, decisions, and implementation details through real-life examples. You will learn how to improve your development process by incorporating these ideas.  Often, when making these types of changes, it’s hard to know where to start.   You’ll leave with practical steps to overcome this challenge and start changing your world.


About Tim Lancaster

Tim Lancaster's career has focused on providing leading edge software to the life science and medical industry. As VP of Product Development, for Indigo BioAutomation, Tim is responsible for the design, development, delivery and production operatTim-Lancaster(1)-1.jpgion of Indigo's software products. Tim has hands-on experience in the construction of complex software using a wide variety of technologies and processes. Tim's leadership experience includes building small special project teams, a large multi-geography team and successful recruiting, team culture, and retention programs. 

Prior to joining Indigo, he held positions at Beckman Coulter, where he made contributions as a developer, technical lead, and as the overall software lead for several new products.

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