Damian Brady: GitHub Actions - Episode 206

Damian Brady: GitHub Actions - Episode 206

Join Damian Brady, a Developer Advocate at GitHub, as he shares his expertise on GitHub Actions in this episode. Damian has over 20 years of experience in software development, consulting, and DevOps. In this insightful discussion, he covers a range of topics, from the lay of the land with GitHub Actions to transitioning to deploying the first pre-production environment in your chain.

As an expert in DevOps, MLOps, software architecture, and developer process, Damian provides valuable insights on the benefits of automated development, how GitHub Actions work, options available for actions, and the possibility of running your own scripts. He also compares GitHub Actions to Azure, explains the non-secret variables, and discusses how actions in the marketplace work.

If you're interested in mastering Github Actions and deploying to multiple environments, this podcast is for you. Tune in to learn more from the expert and get some practical tips and ideas for DevOps for data science and machine learning.

The episode also mentions a book called .NET DevOps for Azure: A Developer’s Guide to DevOps Architecture the Right Way and a video podcast called Architect Tips, which may be of interest to you if you're looking to learn more.

The AzureDevOps.Show website provides additional episodes and show notes to help you delve further into the topic and enhance your knowledge.

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