Programming for Accessibility

Building accessibility into the planning stages of programming can eliminate barriers for participation and create an inclusive environment for people with disabilities. Programming for diversity serves as an unquestionable indicator that your software embraces the diversity of your users and cares about their safety and comfort.

You will learn about:
- Introduction to DevOps.
- Understanding unique accessibility motivators for organizations.
- How to set achievable interim milestones that include the entire team to measure, improve and automate.
- How to implement an accessible DevOps CI/CD pipeline using the recently released Microsoft DevOps pipeline tooling.
- We will also be doing live demo’s on the recent AI innovations of Azure Computer vision and immersive reader cognitive services.

Rory Preddy

Rory Preddy

Cloud Advocate @ Microsoft

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