DevOps.com is happy to be a media sponsor of FlowCon this year. FlowCon is a popular event held in San Francisco that focuses on lean product development, continuous delivery, lean UX, and (our favorite) DevOps. From the show producers:
FlowCon brings together technologists and industry leaders passionate about innovation through lean product development, continuous delivery, lean ux, and devops. We’ll be exploring the role of culture, technology and design in growing organizations that thrive in an environment of continual change. We will provide inspiring and actionable information for key decision makers responsible for products and services that depend on software.
Our full program includes speakers from Google, Netflix, Heroku, Nordstrom, Soundcloud, Macy’s, HP, Joyent, ThoughtWorks, and IBM. The second day features an open space unconference, and workshops from Don Reinertsen, Mary and Tom Poppendieck, Whitney Johnson, and Sarah B Nelson.
This conference is especially relevant for our audience because of the intense focus on environment with “continual change.” DevOps is a necessary ingredient for this environment because when the team is focusing on innovation and improvement, it becomes vital to have tedious tasks automated – not just to save time, but to ensure accuracy and efficiency. The most valuable resource at many organizations is time, and one mistake in a simple process can be critical.
Our mission is to help build the DevOps community; to help the DevOps movement cross the chasm into the mainstream. We want to unite entire organizations behind a DevOps culture, taking lean and agile from being an exclusive club where only the dev team is invited, to being integrated into the overarching company strategy. Everyone is invited.
We’re bringing this message to FlowCon. Come join us. If you do use this code: Devops50, for $50 off your registration.
This is from last years event: