This article is more than 1 year old
Continuous Lifecycle: The final countdown
No foolin', we're running low on tickets
There’s barely a month to go until Continuous Lifecycle London, and if you’re thinking of joining us, act now, as tickets are running out fast.
Which is hardly surprising given the breadth and depth of our speaker lineup.
Jez Humble will kick off proceedings on May 3 with a keynote speech that will show “how to use continuous methods to take advantage of the unique properties of software to delight users and provide a competitive advantage to our businesses.”
He will also discuss the patterns and practices applied by high performing organizations, and how you can adopt them in the safety of your own office.
On May 4, Etsy’s Katherine Daniels will discuss the possibilities of bringing software development principles and benefits to operations and how to involve the rest of the organization as well.
And Katherine and Jez are just two of the nearly 40 speakers we have over the two main conference days, covering topics from test driven development, containers and security, DevOps and culture, microservices, and the relevant to all of us What Happens When DevOps Goes Wrong.
And if you want to get really deep on key issues around CD and DevOps, you should sign up for one of our all day workshops on May 5. We’ve got four sessions lined up, including Docker and Container Patterns for Building Production Systems, with Ocelot Uproar’s Ben Hall, and Devops Liftoff with Ranger4’s Daniel Breston.
Oh, and did we mention the Tuesday evening drinks where you can relax with your fellow attendees, our speakers, and the Heise and Reg teams? You can peruse the full agenda and buy tickets right here. ®