Continuous Lifecycle London: Speakers, sessions announced

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Reg Events We’re thrilled to announce the first tranche of speakers and conference sessions for Continuous Lifecycle London – the DevOps, agile, and continuous delivery conference being staged by The Register and Heise from May 3-5.

By the time we closed our call for papers in December, we’d had almost 150 proposals for conference sessions, virtually all of which which we’d have been happy to stage.

Through the heroic efforts of our esteemed programme committee, we’ve cut this down to a two-day conference programme, with just short of 40 sessions running across three tracks, and a third day of deep dive workshops.

Today we’re announcing the first wave of speakers and sessions, which we reckon will provide attendees with a wide-range of in-depth information they can apply in their real world jobs.

Topics run the gamut of agile, DevOps, containerization and continuous delivery issues, while the speakers include real-world users as well as analysts and a sprinkling of the most interesting companies working in DevOps.

They’re going to be a great complement to our already announced keynote sessions from Etsy’s Katherine Daniels and DevOps guru Jez Humble.

We’ll be announcing further sessions and workshops, and a draft timetable, over the coming weeks, so stay tuned.

And don’t forget, our early bird pricing is still available, which will save you £200 off the conference price - if you buy before March.

If that speaker line-up wasn’t enough, remember the whole thing takes place within the extremely comfortable surroundings of 30 Euston Square, and will include The Register’s legendary hospitality. So you can see why anyone who wants to bring their software development operations bang up to date should have May 3-5 in their diary now. ®

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