Continuous Lifecycle London 2020: First speakers revealed for our tip-top conference on DevOps, CI/CD – and more

Microservices and cloud pioneer Sam Newman to deliver keynote

Event We’re thrilled to announce the first tranche of speakers for Continuous Lifecycle London 2020, which will bring you face to face with some of the finest minds in DevOps, containers, CI/CD, and serverless.

Heading the bill is keynote speaker Sam Newman, one of the world’s leading thinkers on microservices and serverless computing. We’re really chuffed to have Sam headlining our fifth outing for Continuous Lifecycle London.

Our conference and workshop lineup includes leading industry thinkers and consultants, such as Continuous Delivery pioneer Dave Farley, Conflux’s Matthew Skelton, and OpenCredo CTO Nikki Watt, and experienced practitioners at enterprises including Tesco, Societe Generale, and the Financial Times.

For the full line up so far, check out the agenda here; we’ll be adding further speakers and workshop leaders in the coming weeks.

Continuous Lifecycle London 2020 happens at the QEII Conference Centre in the heart of London, UK, from May 13 to 15, 2020, and we’ll ensure there’s excellent food as well as plenty of time and space to catch up with the speakers and your fellow attendees face to face.

Right now, tickets are at early bird prices, saving you £100s on the full fat price tag, but only for a limited time. We’d hate for you to miss out, so why not head over to the Continuous Lifecycle London website right now. ®

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