Fall has been kicked off with CoDe Conference 2016. We squeezed a couple of extra chairs in and welcomed 202 attendees at the event - and they seem as happy as we are!
“Great conference - great organization, amazing energy from the attendees, staff and speakers and great sessions. Impressed again this year”
We created CoDe Conference to provide stakeholders, managers, and decision makers with inspiration for adopting and developing Continuous Delivery in their software production. We wish to bridge the area between developers and management and couldn’t be happier to get feedback telling us that the speakers have done a great job:
“Good concrete examples that I can use for inspiration.”
At this 3rd annual conference, keynotes offered perspective from both within developer’s trenches as well as the aviation industry: How challenges and emergencies are handled in a high paced and tangible setting like an airplane can provide useful food for thought when building a software department and dealing with contingencies.
It is usually a given that tech conferences focus on technologies. So of course our speakers from a great variety of industries shared valuable experience in choosing and implementing the right tools. But to ensure the right choices and actual implementation, a key factor in a successful production environment was discussed:
The people that make up a DevOps team. The right organizational culture is a crucial step toward succeeding with creating a DevOps team and obtaining viable Continuous Delivery. No amount of tools, licenses and engineers will guarantee function
“A really great performance which narrowed some difficult areas you need to cope with to implement DevOps.”
Speakers - and guests - who have already started their deployment journey were generous with learnings from the process as well as the outcome. With honesty and humor the challenges were mapped and the victories pointed out, benefitting those who are considering their next move:
“It was really great to get some insight into the process (especially the cost) of moving systems..”
Curious and engaged attendees are the key to enthusiastic speakers and exhibitors - and the CoDe Conf day buzzed with big smiles, thanks to all who participated:
“Sven did one of the best presentations this day. The subject was interesting and related to my own work, still it was fresh and gave new insights.”
So we are already planning the CoDe Conference in Stockholm November 29th 2016, taking ideas and requests with us to make next event even better!
Our generous speakers have let us share their material with you, so you can brush up - or see what you missed out on:
This is a conference in Gothenburg for software developers, especially those with some experience of agile and a desire to improve their skills.
Technical Agile Conference
Industry experts and pioneers visit Gothenburg
Jenkins is one of the best adverts for open source and at Praqma we have been using it since the very beginning. We enjoy giving something back to the community by hosting Day of Jenkins, and this year’s event was packed with exciting developments. Read on!
Celebrating Jenkins and open source collaboration
Day of Jenkins [as code] - A summary
Continuous Delivery and DevOps are here to stay and not because they’re being practiced by trendsetting unicorn companies. The fact is science tells us that these approaches work and this year’s conference gave us lots of examples.
Continuous Delivery and DevOps - Not Just For Unicorns
DevOpsDays Copenhagen 2018 was a great success. Inspiring talks and a pleasant community. I had the pleasure of being the host of this event. I decided to kick off the event with a song about DevOps. See the video and lyrics here.
The DevOpsDays Copenhagen 2018 Song
A whole new (DevOps) world
Once again the contributors and major players in the Git ecosystem are gathered. Read along for news, announcements and stories from Git Merge 2018.
Report from Git Merge 2018
Blogging from the Git Merge Conference at MACBA in Barcelona
We strive to continuously improve, so the 8th gathering in our Continuous Delivery Alliance will feature all the good things from the 7th meeting in a slightly evolved format.
CoDe Alliance goes code camp
Continuously improving our format
We had our 7th gathering in the CoDe Alliance a few months ago and have worked to distill and evolve many of the good ideas that came out of our sessions. Our aim is to turn our interesting discussions into tangible projects and running code.
The 7th gathering
What’s next for the CoDe Alliance?
Albert Rigo shares his thoughts on the Atlassian Accelerator Day in Copenhagen, and how he learned to quickly and comfortably scale Atlassian Data Center, upgrade with zero downtime and stop spending his weekends upgrading JIRA.
Atlassian Accelerator Day in CPH
A day to learn how to scale fast and upgrade without downtime
Let’s talk about Eiffel - the traceability protocol, not the programming language. As we are attending the Eiffel Summit, we let you in on how the big companies work with traceability, and on the latest collaborative projects.
The Eiffel Summit report
Follow our blog from the 2017 Eiffel Summit
This November the Continuous Delivery Alliance gathers for the 7th time. Do you want to join forces with some of the best people in the world of Continuous Delivery and collaborate on the next generation of tools? Then join the Alliance!
State of the Alliance
Continuous Delivery Alliance - Prepare to launch some rockets!
Live from Dockercon EU17 Day 3
Follow our updates from the conference on Day 3
Hear about upcoming events in Scandinavia, latest tech blogs, and training in the field of Continuous Delivery and DevOps