DevOps Fireside Chats - March 2021 Review

DevOps Fireside Chats - March 2021 Review

DevOps Fireside Chats - March 2021 Review. DevOps Fireside Chats is a monthly panel that discusses a different subject every month that’s related to DevOps. We’ll take questions, have a discussion, and learn about good CI/CD habits.

DevOps Fireside Chats is a monthly panel that discusses a different subject every month that’s related to DevOps. Join us April 21, 2021 for a new conversation on Continuous Integration and Delivery. We’ll take questions, have a discussion, and learn about good CI/CD habits. I will be your host along with a panel of experts including Jessica DeenAustin Parker of Lightstep, and Pierre Donyegro.

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