If you missed the deadline for the call for papers for Continuous Lifecycle London 2019, you’re not the only one – which is why we’re extending it until November 5.
We’ve had a great response so far, but we’ve also had a good few requests for extensions, grace periods, and the like. So to keep things fair, we’re going to give you all another two weeks to get in your proposals for conference sessions and all-day workshops, spanning the full range of.
And if you’ve already put a proposal in, but have since developed a cracking idea for an all-day deep dive, or have made a breakthrough with your research that you simply have to share, or if…well, you get the idea.
Just bear in mind that the emphasis throughout Continuous Lifecycle is on practical sessions that highlight the real world problems our attendees face, and the ways in DevOps, Continuous Delivery, Agile, and Containerization, and their associated tools, can help solve them.
CLL19 happens in May 2019, and is brought to you by Situation Publishing, the people behind The Register and DevClass, and our partners, Heise. Our attendees range from experienced technology managers just beginning to pivot from traditional waterfall development methods, to organisations well down their path to DevOps and/or Continuous Delivery who are looking to keep on top of the latest tools and methodologies.
Full details of the call for papers, dates, tickets, and of course, our code of conduct, are on the Continuous Lifecycle London website here.