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Continuous Lifecycle London: 60 hours to get your proposals in

Show us the reality, not the vision

The call for papers for Continuous Lifecycle London 2017 closes this Thursday, so you've got less than 60 hours to give us your take on DevOps, Containerization, Continuous Delivery and Agile in the real world.

We want to hear from people who know how implementing DevOps, Agile, CD and containers looks and feels at the coal face, and who want to share that knowledge with their peers.

So if you have real-world experience of overhauling a creaking, legacy-bound infrastructure, using a combination of cutting edge tools and old-world smarts, that's something we definitely want to hear about.

Equally, if you've been lucky enough to be given a completely blank slate and a great big pot of cash, we'd love to know what you've done with it, and how you've brought other people along for the ride.

Once the deadline passes at 11.59pm on 30 November, the programme committee take over to finalise an agenda spanning 40 talks over two days as well as a day of workshops.

We know speaking to up to 300 people can be daunting, so if you've got a great story, but are not quite sure how to tell it, get in touch. We can help you finesse your presentation.

Details of the event, including the full SP on the call for papers procedure, are here. ®

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