We’ve extended the call for papers for Continuous Lifecycle London 2020, meaning you’ve got another two weeks to nail down your proposals.
While the original deadline was Friday just gone, we’ve had a steady stream of late submissions and requests for extensions. So, to keep things fair, and ensure we have the broadest possible range of speakers, we’re keeping the call for papers open to November 12.
Afterall, our main aim is to address the real world problems our attendees face, and how DevOps, Continuous Delivery, Agile, Serverless, Cloud Native and Containerization, and their associated tools, can help solve them. And sometimes, knowing when to push back a deadline is part of that.
So, if you were just waiting for sign-off on a proposal, you’ve got time to chase that elusive signature. And, if you’ve already submitted a proposal, but have had another great idea for an in depth talk or all day workshop, well, let us know about that as well.
Full details of the call for papers, dates, tickets, and of course, our code of conduct, are on the Continuous Lifecycle London website here.