The call for proposals for Continuous Lifecycle London 2020 is open and we’d love to have your input.
Whether you’re architecting software solutions, figuring out delivery and deployment, fighting your way through automating processes, or making sure that your company’s services are always available – we know you have a story to tell and would really like to hear it.
The conference’s programme committee is looking for any proposal that helps our attendees tackle their own real-world problems in getting software projects from idea to production and beyond. This can mean anything from sharing DevOps best practices and tips on application lifecycle management to reviewing your continuous delivery projects.
The list of possible talk topics also includes all sorts of tools, methodologies and technologies necessary to make the most of containers and the cloud. We only ask you to keep your product pitches at home.
The fifth edition of Continuous Lifecycle London will take place at the QEII and consist of two conference days (May 13 and 14, 2020) and a workshop day (May 15) for a chance to dive a little deeper.
Proposals for talks and trainings can be handed in until October 25. Our programme committee will then get to work, so that a draft program should be available by the beginning of December.
And don’t worry if you’re new to the whole speaking business or just haven’t done it in a while. We’re there to help, so whether you need someone to brainstorm ideas with, have another look at your proposal, or give you slide-feedback once you’ve got the thumbs up – get in touch and we’ll figure it out together.
Event details, including the call for papers procedure and our code of conduct, are right here.