Business and technology leaders from BAE Systems, Deloitte, Nike, Sky Betting and Gaming and more added to speaker list, organizing committee unveils plans for Slack workspace, Auditors’ Workshop, Lean Coffee sessions, Lightning Talks and more
In addition, the 2019 program focuses on helping attendees achieve their desired outcomes by incorporating extended opportunities to network with the speakers and learn from domain experts in regards to the subject matters they care about most.
For a limited time, a 20 percent discount on registration is available for DevOps Enterprise Summit London 2019. To register, visit (http://bit.ly/DOES19EUR) and use code “LON20” at checkout before the code expires on 31 May.
“As a programming committee, we worked hard to create a high learning experience, combined with enabling exciting networking opportunities, and to create a forum for exchanging insights with some of the best practitioners and subject matter experts on the planet,” said Gene Kim, founder of IT Revolution and co-author of The Phoenix Project, The DevOps Handbook and Accelerate. “I never learn as much in a short period of time as I do during the DevOps Enterprise Summit. It’s the place where some of the most courageous and exciting transformation stories I have ever heard take place, and this year’s conference in London is going to be the best yet.”
New speakers added to the program agenda for DevOps Enterprise Summit London 2019 include:
- Joe Aho, Chief Financial Officer, Compuware
- Mehnaaz Abidi, Director of Product Management, Nike Digital
- Nicole Bryan, VP, Product Development, Tasktop
- Andy Burgin, Platform Engineer, Sky Betting & Gaming
- Raj Fowler, Principal DevOps Consultant, BAE Systems
- Yosef Levine, Managing Director, Global Technology Controls, Confidential & Privacy, Deloitte
- Rochelle Norton, Head of ERP, BAE Systems
- Chris O’Malley, Chief Executive Officer, Compuware
- John Waters, Associate Director, Global Audit Cloud Architecture, Deloitte
In addition to experiencing the unfolding documentary of the ongoing IT transformations that leaders are helping drive in large, complex organizations, the program agenda includes different ways to learn away from the main stage:
- DevOps Confessions–At the beginning of each day, programming committee members will read anonymized stories of confessions from leaders in the DevOps community to learn about the struggles, failures and near-misses.
- Speakers Corner–Dedicated time and a location to ask the plenary speakers questions that go deeper on the information presented earlier that day.
- Lean Coffee–Attendees can connect with and learn from their peers in a semi-structured format led by Dominica DeGrandis, all three days of the conference.
- Auditors’ Workshop–An opportunity to ask an auditor everything you’ve wanted to in the past, but were afraid to ask. This session will be led by Yosef Levine and John Waters from Deloitte.
- Birds of a Feather Sessions–More like the DevOpsDays unconference sessions, with less structure than a Lean Coffee format, these sessions are driven by specific topics that attendees want to discuss and learn about.
- Lightning Talks–These are rapid-fire, must-see presentations happen from the main stage after the conference day has concluded. IT Revolution authors’ book signing happens immediately afterward.
- Industry Party–Book signing of The Unicorn Project, sponsor giveaways, food and drinks, the industry party is a great opportunity to continue conversations with fellow attendees and speakers.
- Slack Workspace–The conference will have a shared Slack workspace for people to interact with speakers, attendees and sponsors.
For more information about DOES19 London, please visit: (https://events.itrevolution.com/eur/).
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