London (PRWEB UK) 18 December 2015
CIOs, architects, developers and ops gurus can save hundreds of pounds by snapping up early bird tickets for Continuous Lifecycle London, the DevOps and Continuous Development Conference being held from May 3 to 5, 2016.
Full price tickets for the event, being held at 30 Euston Square, cost £900, but The Register and Heise Medien are currently offering early bird conference tickets for £700 for a limited time. (http://continuouslifecycle.london/#tile_registration)
Continuous Lifecycle is the flagship of Heise Medien developers' conferences. The Register is partnering with Heise Medien to bring the conference to London for the first time.
Continuous Lifecycle London will bring together the Continuous Delivery and DevOps community’s leading thinkers and most switched on users to discuss the tools, techniques and strategies driving software development in the world’s fastest moving and most successful organisations.
The program committee for Continuous Lifecycle London have reviewed over 140 proposed papers, and whittled them down to two days of high level seminars across three parallel tracks. Day three will feature a selection of hands-on workshops led by industry experts for attendees who want to go even deeper on selected topics. Tickets for the workshops will be released in the New Year.
The devops community works hard and plays hard, and the event will feature the sort of hospitality The Register’s readers have come to expect from its previous events, such as its CIO Roundtables and the Register Christmas and Summer Lectures.
Attendees can take advantage of the offer by visiting the Continuous Lifecycle website: http://continuouslifecycle.london/#tile_registration
The Register (http://www.theregister.co.uk) is a leading online news publication for IT professionals, who form one of the most vocal and influential communities in the tech world.
Publishing group Heise Medien publish telephone books, directories and magazines – both print and digitally. Heise Medien is known for its two renowned IT magazines c't and iX, as well as for its technology magazine Technology Review. The IT news site heise online (http://www.heise.de) has consistently been one of the most widely-used IT news services in Germany since 1994. Heise Events organise conferences and workshops for IT specialists.
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