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Continuous Lifecycle London: Less than eight weeks to go

Fill up on conference sessions and dive deep in workshops

You may have missed the early bird pricing, but there are still plenty of good reasons to snap up some of the remaining tickets for Continuous Lifecycle London.

The programme is fairly well set now, with a broad range of speakers taking you from the theoretical end of the continuous delivery pipeline right through to the nitty gritty, real world, live from the trenches stuff.

We’ve got bona fide thought leaders like Jez Humble and Dave Farley. Jez will be delivering our opening keynote, while Dave will be delivering a conference session on Continuous Delivery, as well as an all-day workshop on Day 3.

At the same time, we have tales from the coalface. Day 2 keynoter, and Etsy DevOps supremo, Katherine Daniels will be considering what DevOps means for the organisation at large, while Helen Hosein will be considering how to do CD in a fixed price world, and Mattias Järnhäll and Anders Lundsgård will be showing how to bring DevOps to a highly dispersed IT department in a global truck manufacturer.

All in all, there’s almost forty conference sessions across three tracks between May 3 and May 4.

And if you want to dive deep, we have four workshops running on May 5. As well as Dave Farley, you can choose from sessions on kicking off your DevOps journey, automation and CD infrastructure, and using container technology in production systems.

There’s also the chance to share real world experiences, and maybe even a cuppa or a beer, with a broad selection of your peers.

If you’ve got two or three days to spare to get bang up to date with CD, DevOps, agile and containerization, we think you should spend it with us.

You can look over the full agenda, and buy tickets for the conference and workshops right here. ®

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