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July 2014 - Where Goombas Dare: Wes Mason + Continuous Delivery lightning talks

  • Jul 15, 2014 · 6:30 PM
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Wes Mason:

"In this on-demand, cloud heavy world, in which continuous integration has your back, continuous integration has your front, and your build tools most likely have caching issues, what can release engineering offer the modern developer/operator/janitor?

Follow me this way, mind the step, as I attempt to illuminate on this very subject, from build engineering, to dependency herding, release management, and of course the almighty build pipeline (or sometimes lack thereof)."

Lightning talks:

Lightning talks are short sessions designed to introduce an idea.

The format is: 20 slides, auto-advancing, and 5 minutes in total (exactly 15 seconds per slide). Speakers are welcome to cover any subject related to Continuous Delivery (but obviously not in great depth). Many talks are light-hearted, although humour is not a requirement; for instance, a 5-minute introduction to a new tool could work well, as could a description of a team transformation.  [Yes, this format is technically Ignite]

If you'd like to give a lightning talk, contact us: info @ londoncd . org . uk

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  • Peter B.

    September 29, 2014

  • kai l.

    Really enjoyed last night and good to bump into some old faces. ITV really enjoyed hosting the event and hope those who came enjoyed it. As per intro talk from Paul Clark we have two openings within DevOps let me know if you would be interested in discussing [masked]


    1 · July 16, 2014

  • Steve S.

    Someone came all the way from Wolverhampton last night! Well done. If you're reading this, apparently there are some events in Manchester you might like...

    1 · July 16, 2014

  • Caoilte O.

    Good Morning All,
    A number of you have RSVPed for this evening's talk with just your first name or initials.

    Could you update your RSVP with your full name so that our reception can issue you a pass.


    July 15, 2014

  • Hartnell F.

    Won't be able to make it, so freeing up my slot.

    1 · July 14, 2014

  • Amo C.

    Sadly I can't make it so I've freed up my slot.

    1 · July 14, 2014

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