How Are Others Doing it? Join Our “Continuous Discussions” Online Panel to Find Out

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We all want to deliver better software faster.

Agile development, Continuous Integration, DevOps, Deployment Automation and Continuous Delivery have all evolved to enable us to get awesome code in the hand of our users more quickly.

Want to learn how your peers are practicing these methodologies? What works for them? What doesn’t? – Join our Continuous Discussions Online Panel


Continuous Discussions #1 | October 8th at 10AM PST

Continuous Discussions is an open forum to discuss Agile, DevOps and Continuous Delivery. It is held as an online panel, and you’re all invited!

  • Come hear community members and practitioners share their experiences
  • Chime in to share your thoughts on the current state and challenges of these practices in today’s software-driven market
  • Get tips and quick-wins you can implement today to accelerate your software delivery

Click here to add the event to your calendar »

Our panelists:

(In alphabetical order)

andrewAndrew Rivers
An independent software consultant, based in the UK, specializing in delivery of business process automation solutions.
blog.andrewrivers.co.uk
carlosCarlos Sanchez
Apache member and open source contributor, speaking and working on development tools, cloud, DevOps, Continuous Delivery and everything about automation
@csanchez   |  http://csanchez.org
chrisChris Haddad
Views DevOps from a Developer Perspective. Exploring intersection between DevOps and PaaS. Open Source Platform Evangelist at WSO2
@cobiacomm
daveDave Josephsen
Developer evangelist for Librato. Dave hacks on tools, writes about monitoring, metrics and visualization, and helps engineers close the feedback loop in their systems.
@djosephsen
eriksenEriksen Costa
Software developer and open source specialist. Symfony2 contributor. Helps organizations to deliver better software, continuously.
@eriksencosta  |  blog.eriksen.com.br
eskoEsko Luontola
Esko is a test-infected developer from Finland. He has mostly worked on enterprise software and open source projects on the JVM platform.
@orfjackal  |  www.orfjackal.net
johnJohn Ryding
Senior engineer that’s been following DevOps since its early days with a strong focus on the cultural and human factors involved in delivering software.
@strife25  |  blog.johnryding.com
normNorm MacLennan
A sysadmin-gone-developer with a passion for CD, automation, and monitoring. My team makes the infrastructure that empowers other teams to deliver better software.
@nromdotcom  |  blog.normmaclennan.com
RandallJ. Randall Hunt
Software Engineer and Developer Evangelist at AWS. Formerly of MongoDB, HackNY, and NASA. Coder with humans in mind.
@jrhunt  |  blog.ranman.org
sriramSriram Narayan
Sriram is an IT principal with ThoughtWorks. He believes that organizational agility is as important as engineering and process agility. Accordingly, he advises clients on IT organization design.
@sriramnarayan  |  www.sriramnarayan.com
sunandaSunanda Jayanth
ASIC engineer to strategy consultant to business intelligence; connector of hidden dots and builder of technology road-maps; evangelizing mobile, cloud and IoT
@sunandaj17  |  http://blog.qruizelabs.com/

 

You can use #C9D9 to tweet during the panel.

Prior to the event, you may want to answer this short 5-questions survey to rate where you’re at in your software delivery journey. We will share the results during the panel.


Continuous Discussions is a monthly series.
Want to contribute to the next installment of Continuous Discussions and be featured as a panelist? Let us know in the comments!

Sam Fell

Sam Fell

Sam Fell is responsible for Product Marketing at Electric Cloud. He is a Dad, a DevOps enthusiast, a technology enthusiast, a “doing things right” enthusiast and an enthusiasm enthusiast.
Sam Fell

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2 responses to “How Are Others Doing it? Join Our “Continuous Discussions” Online Panel to Find Out”

  1. Uri says:

    How can we post questions to the panel?

    I really interest to hear how organizations implement DevOps and CI, CD processes with their database development and deployment.

    • Avigail Ofer says:

      Hi Uri, thanks for the question- certainly an interesting topic given the complexities of deploying and making changes to DBs while minimizing service interruption. We’ll address this on Wednesday’s panel as well as in future sessions. We’ve also invited the panelists to chime in in the comments section here if they wish. Feel free to send any additional questions you wish to raise using #C9D9 on twitter during the panel, or here in the Comments section.

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