Upcoming Webinar: September 13th | 10 AM (Select Time Zones)

Join host Franco Alabastro as he discusses concepts and theories surrounding the trajectory of evolution from monolithic tool chains to Continuous delivery. Explore the concept of the innovation curve and delve deep into how forecasting tools for success can help to increase the pace of software development.

Franco will discuss and elaborate on:

- Architecture patterns

- CI/CD Flow patterns

- Abstraction



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About the Speaker


Franco Alabastro

Director of ARA Evangelism | CollabNet

Franco comes to Collabnet with over a decade of experience in a blend of industries, and Innovation Leaders such as General Electric.

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