Important: As well as registering here, please register at the EventBrite event (http://www.eventbrite.com/e/humanops-san-francisco-meetup-tickets-25992579505), otherwise you won't be able to gain entrance to the event if we hit capacity:
HumanOps is a set of principles which focus on the human aspects of running infrastructure.
It deliberately highlights the importance of the teams running systems, not just the systems themselves.
The health of your infrastructure is not just about hardware, software, automations and uptime - it also includes the health and wellbeing of your team.
The goal of HumanOps is to improve and maintain the good health of your team: easing communication, reducing fatigue and reducing stress.
This meetup will present several short talks from a variety of speakers about how they think about and implement these ideas in their own teams.
Contribute with your views on https://github.com/HumanOps/HumanOps and www.humanops.com (http://www.humanops.com/)!
1st HumanOps Meetup in London (http://www.meetup.com/HumanOps-London/events/229460050/)
- Jenni Snyder @jcsuperstar (https://twitter.com/jcsuperstar) from Yelp with WE'RE NOT YELLING AT YOU
- Charity Majors @mipsytipsy (https://twitter.com/mipsytipsy) from hound with Unfucking Your Company's Oncall Culture (Not Just for Ops)
- Ben Hughes @benjammingh (https://twitter.com/benjammingh) with Impostor Syndrome in tech: someone can do this talk better than me
- Eric Sigler @esigler (https://twitter.com/esigler) from PagerDuty with Strategies for keeping your sanity, and being on call, all at the same time
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Code of Conduct
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