#DOES15 Twitter Contest: Win Fame, Fortune, and a Signed Copy of The Phoenix Project


Calling all DevOps aficionados and practitioners!

Do you have something to say? Want to share your experiences with the community? Now is your chance!

We’re gearing up for a great 2015 DevOps Enterprise Summit, and as part of that Electric Cloud and IT Revolution invite you to join the #DOES15 Twitter Contest for a chance to win a signed copy of Gene Kim’s groundbreaking book, The Phoenix Project and / or a free pass to #DOES15!

How does it work?

  1. Tune into to the @DOESSummit twitter handle on Tuesdays and Thursdays to view our community polling question.
  2. Tweet your responses with the hashtag #DOES15 to enter for a chance to win.
  3. Images and other rich content are greatly encouraged.
  4. Every Friday, 2 random participants will be chosen to receive a signed copy of Gene Kim’s Book, The Phoenix Project.

Every tweet sent in response to any of our weekly polling questions also counts as one entry for our grand prize – a free pass to DevOps Enterprise Summit!  You may enter as many times as you want, so enter early and enter often!  Our winner will be chosen on August 28th.

This is a great chance for individuals to join forces to help advance the DevOps community together – while scoring some cool prizes, and even cooler bragging rights!

does-summit-twitterLet the Games begin!

Follow @DOESSummit on Twitter, and look out for the weekly questions every Tuesday and Thursday.

We look forward to all your responses!


crowdchat_logo-300Also, be sure to mark your calendar for our upcoming CrowdChat that I’ll be hosting with Gene Kim and other speakers from this year’s DOES – happening on July 27th.


Updated June 22, 2015:

DOES-Stevies-medal#DOES14 was awarded the Stevie Awards’ silver medal for Best Live Event.

#DOES15 is going to be bigger and better!

Don’t forget – tickets for DOES15 are selling out fast and the room block is nearly sold out! We urge you to get your tickets now at 10 off with the promo code GENEKIM10. Visit here to register today.


Anders Wallgren

Anders Wallgren is Chief Technical Officer of Electric Cloud. Anders brings with him over 25 years of in-depth experience designing and building commercial software. Previously, Anders held executive and management positions at Aceva, Archistra, Impresse, Macromedia (MACR), Common Ground Software and Verity (VRTY). Anders holds a B.SC from MIT.

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