Xmas Lightning Talks & Cookies!

DevOps Lisbon
DevOps Lisbon
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Hey, DevOps Lisbon NEEDS YOU!!

Our December meetup will be fully dedicated to lightning talks, and we encourage everyone to come and share their stories!

Doors open at 19:00 and talks will start at 19:15 sharp, please be on time!

Lightning talks are short, light and focused on an idea or experience.

The talks can be between 5 mins and 10 mins long, slides are optional.

Tell us about this great new tool you found, or what DevOps means to you, or about a problem you've faced in your DevOps adoption, or how much you love cats or dogs! Anything goes except direct 'pitches' for organizations, like recruiting, training or service offerings.

There will be a prize (100 € Fnac Gift Card) for the best talk (decided by the audience)!

And we will raffle among attendees not only a book but also a FREE TICKET for NDC Porto conference (Apr 23-24, workshops not included): https://ndcporto.com

Email [masked] or tweet us at @DevOpsLisbon to join the list of speakers.

If you need help preparing your talk or slides, do let us know. Let that not be an obstacle to your first public speaking appearance!

This will be a relaxed meetup with some special Xmas treats and drinks, of course.


- "How Do We Build/Test/Deploy Infrastructure at OutSystems R&D" by Bruno Loureiro - Senior Software Engineer @ OutSystems R&D Infrastructure Automation team

- "How to Have Better Monitoring of Your Systems - Discover the Not So Hidden Secrets" by Urbano Freitas

- "DevOps Challenges at Caixa Geral de Depósitos (CGD)" - Rui Pedro Saraiva (CTO at CGD)

- "DevOps for Dummies" - Marco Pedro (Note: this one will be in Portuguese)

- "GitOps" - Marcio Santos (AWS solutions architect)

- [YOUR TALK HERE] - Send us your suggestion to: [masked]


IMPORTANT NOTICE: the talks will be recorded and published in the DevOps Lisbon YouTube channel. By signing up for this event you explicitly agree that your image might appear in the video recordings. Nevertheless, you can always get in touch with the organization ([masked]) to have it removed.