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Continuous Lifecycle: Just ten conference tickets left
Still space to dive deep in workshops
We’ve got ten tickets left for Continuous Lifecycle London, and once they’re gone, they really are gone.
Even though there’s almost four weeks to go until we open the doors at Continuous Lifecycle London, the phenomenal response means we have just a handful of conference places left. So if you want to spend a couple of days with some of the brightest brains in DevOps, containers, testing and agile, you need to get your skates on.
We will put a waiting list in place so if there are any last minute dropouts, we’ll let you know - and you’ll also get details of next year’s event as soon as it’s available.
We do have a bit more space at our workshops, each of which give you a whole day close examination of a key continuous delivery or DevOps topic.
Ocelot Uproar’s Ben Hall will be going deep on how to build and put into production applications and systems which utilise container tech, and how they work in production and the real world, from identifying patterns to debugging production issues.
Ranger4’s Daniel Breston will be covering DevOps Liftoff - Agile, Lean and IT Service Management.
codecentric’s Bastien Spannenberg and Felix Massem will be getting extremely hands on with automation and continuous delivery.
And of course, Dave Farley will be expanding on his conference session with his workshop on Continuous Delivery, Theory, Technology and Practice.
You can view the full agenda for the whole three days of Continuous Lifecycle, and buy tickets for both the conference and workshops here.®