All Day DevOps (https://www.alldaydevops.com) is a free online conference that lasts 24h. In the spirit of collaboration and community, we will be hosting a viewing party (https://www.alldaydevops.com/vp) of the conference, starting with the 18:30 session (https://www.alldaydevops.com/schedule) (venue will be open from 18:15).
At 20:45 Manuel Pais will present his talk "Everyone is Part of Continuous Delivery (https://alldaydevops2017.sched.com/event/C0FN/everyone-is-part-of-continuous-delivery?iframe=yes&w=100%&sidebar=yes&bg=no)", which is part of the conference schedule. It will be simultaneously transmitted online and presented live in the room. See below for abstract.
There will be food and drinks to keep everyone fresh. If you want to come but have special dietary needs (i.e. no pizza!) do let us know so we can cater for that.
Everyone is free to come in and out during the 4 hours, but please avoid doing so between 20:45 and 21:30 when Manuel will be talking live.
Make sure to check the schedule here (https://www.alldaydevops.com/schedule) (select "London" timezone) to have an idea of which talks you're interested in.
Talk: Everyone is Part of Continuous Delivery (https://alldaydevops2017.sched.com/event/C0FN/everyone-is-part-of-continuous-delivery)
Presenter: Manuel Pais
Delivery pipelines are an excellent tool for visualizing work status. But they’re even better as collaboration tools! A pipeline that accurately maps the flow of work will highlight recurring bottlenecks and waiting times, often due to work hand-offs between siloed teams, working in isolation.
Unfortunately, pipelines often lead to Continuous Delivery exclusion because they’re only focusing on the automated bits. But if your organization needs to deliver fast(er), don’t buy a Ferrari that only takes 2 people… Prefer a family car that can take everyone comfortably at the max speed that is safe and reliable!
Manuel Pais is a team and flow oriented technologist. Manuel enjoys helping organizations adopt test automation and continuous delivery, as well as understanding DevOps from both technical and human perspectives. Co-founder of DevOps Lisbon meetup (http://devopslisbon.com). Co-author of the upcoming book "Team Guide to Software Releasability (https://skeltonthatcher.com/publications/team-guide-software-releasability)".
Also... We have received some cool t-shirts (sizes M and L) from the conference! First come first served!