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Gain key insight on the state of DevOps and come together with the global Jenkins community…

The Codacy team will be speaking and on the ground at this year’s DevOps – Jenkins World conference kicking off December 3 hosted by CloudBees.  The conference will cover content focused on CI/CD (continuous integration and delivery), IT automation, DevSecOps, culture and more. Plus, Codacy’s CEO will give a talk on static code analysis (and we’ll host a happy hour).

This year, the top event for DevOps and Jenkins enthusiasts takes place right near our headquarters in Lisbon, Portugal.  Over three days, DevOps thought leaders, IT execs, continuous delivery practitioners and the Jenkins community will come together seizing the opportunity to learn, network and help shape the next evolution of DevOps. The agenda includes workshops, breakout sessions, keynotes and more.

Our CEO gives a talk on static code analysis

On the second day  (Wednesday, December 4)  Jaime Jorge, Codacy’s CEO and Co-Founder will give a talk on static code analysis.  Focused on its evolution, Jaime will discuss improvements over the past twenty years helping teams automate and standardize across scale (yet, ironically there are still inefficiencies as developers spend 42% of their time maintaining and reviewing code according to recent studies).

Other topics & companies

In its more than sixty sessions, other DevOps World conference topics will topics: upskilling DevOps, testing, ramping up application roll outs, security, deployment, Kubernetes, Agile and, of course all things Jenkins (from plug-ins to security to performance).  The event’s speaker line-up includes lead engineers, Heads of DevOps, product managers, developer advocates, software architects, CIOs, co-founders, CEOs and more. Many headliners come from companies like BBVA, Google, VMWare, CloudWare, GitLab, Fidelity Investments, Two Sigma, Forrester, Accenture and Adobe. 

We’ll also join other organizations such as JF Frog, Synopsis, VMWare and XebiaLabs at the expo and happy hours throughout the event.  Also, nineteen of our team members (from Portugal, New York and California) will be on the ground. We’ll be giving out fashions (socks or t-shirts anyone?), backpacks and other swag from our expo booth (#17) so definitely stop by.

Join us for Happy Hour after Jenkins DevOps World

And, of course, really don’t forget to stop by our Jenkins/DevOps happy hour that we will be hosting Thursday, December 5 after the conference (you don’t even need to attend the event to join us!).  Space is limited so register before the conference kicks off.

Can’t make it but still want to meet the team, learn more or pickup some stylish swag?

We’ll also present at the DotJS, the largest conference for JavaScript developers in Paris that week. Also, follow us on Twitter for updates.


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