GitLab Commit 2019 – Brooklyn

September 17, 2019

September 17, 2019

8:00 am To 5:00 pm

96 Wythe Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11249

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GitLab Commit brings together the GitLab community to connect, learn, and inspire. You’ll learn about exciting new technologies and hear how creators like you are innovating the future of software development.




Start spreading the news and get ready to experience a GitLab Williamsburg neighborhood takeover on September 17th. Every venue in a two block radius will have its own theme, immersing you in the city that never sleeps. Your vagabond shoes are longing to stray right through the very heart of it. From a graffiti wall to a trip to a brewery, your day of learning about the future of software development will be full of delights.




Register today to make a brand new start of it right here in old New York. 




Learn more: https://about.gitlab.com/events/commit/


What to expect at GitLab Commit:


Cloud native: Learn how to leverage cloud native technologies like Kubernetes, severless, and multicloud to build and run applications better and faster.


DevOps in Action: Take away practical advice and examples of how others have navigated their DevOps transformations. These sessions focus on actions and results rather than high level ideas.


Live coding: These adrenaline-pumped sessions will feature do-ers on stage, live coding, debugging, and hacking. Join along with your laptop or just enjoy the show.


Powered by GitLab: Software has eaten the world and we are all better for it. Hear how developers like you are building on GitLab to solve large, world problems from humanitarian crises to space exploration.




Schedule (see full schedule here: https://gitlabcommit2019brooklyn.sched.com/):


Registration & Breakfast


8:00 – 9:00am




Morning Keynote


9:00 – 10:10am with Sid Sijbrandij (GitLab CEO), Jasmine James of Delta Airlines, and Dan Kohn of the CNCF




Coffee Break


10:10 – 10:25am




Main Stage Sessions


10:30am – 12:00pm with George Grant of Goldman Sachs, Eddie Zaneski, Marshall Cottrell or MRI Technologies and more




Lunch


12:00 – 1:00pm




Afternoon Breakout Sessions 1 thru 5


(Cloud Native DevOps, Security in the Developer Workflow, Live Coding, GitLab in Action)


1:15 – 4:45pm




Closing Keynote


5:00 – 5:40pm




GitLab Fun @ Brooklyn Bowl


5:45 – 8:00pm


Full schedule will be live in early August & registrants will have access to select on Sched at that time.

Organizers

GitLab

https://about.gitlab.com

About the Organizers

GitLab Auto DevOps. Two Steps to done.

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