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Continuous Lifecycle London: Early bird tickets fly off in 15 days

Three weeks left to save a bundle

There are 21 days until our early bird offer on tickets for Continuous Lifecycle expires, so if you want to save £100s on the best in DevOps, Agile Development and Continuous Delivery, consider yourself warned.

Our early bird offers cover both the conference on May 3 and 4 and our workshops on May 5, so the more you learn, the more you save.

Continuous Lifecycle London, brought to you by The Register and Heise, will be bringing together the best industry speakers, users, thought leaders and consultants, all operating at the cutting edge of Agile, DevOps and CD.

Keynote speakers include Jez Humble, one of the founders of the Continuous Delivery movement, and Etsy DevOps supremo Katherine Daniels.

Conference speakers include CD guru Dave Farley, and real world practitioners from organisations like Scania, ING, Pearson and the UK’s own Government Digital Service. This is not theory: this is showing how DevOps and CD works in the real world.

The emphasis on the real world applies to the workshops too, with session leaders focused on showing you how to apply these methodologies to your organisations.

This will all be happening within the extremely comfortable 30 Euston Square, and comes with the sort of wraparound care and hospitality you’d expect from The Register and our partners Heise.

You can buy tickets, and read the full schedule on the Continuous Lifecycle website. ®

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