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Apply To Speak at DevOps Days Detroit 2019

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Do you love DevOps? Yeah, well, some people do. DevOps Days Detroit has quickly taken off as a favorite small (for now) conference for DevOps folks in Ann Arbor-Detroit, and there’s time still both to register (conference runs Oct 23-24, 2019) and to apply to give a talk. Folks in back channels have been telling us about how nice it is to have a conference that’s still small enough to focus the group on a single track, and to really connect with like-minded professionals. Granted (full disclosure) co-founder Archie Cowan is on the team planning DevOps Days Detroit, so they would say nice things to us, wouldn’t they? Anyway, DevOps Days Detroit has amazing food, and it truly sounds like a good time with some great people. Check it out.

DevOpsDays Detroit 2019 is being held on the 11th floor at the College for Creative Studies, A. Alfred Taubman Center for Design Education, at 460 W. Baltimore Ave, Detroit, MI 48202.

Previous events have included speakers such as:

Types of Accepted Proposals:

  • Ignite Talks: 5-minute, auto-forwarding talk.
  • Presentations: A 30-minute talk on a topic of your choice, with some time for questions.
  • Open Spaces: 45-minute discussions driven by topics suggested by you! What attendees want to talk about.

If you would like to apply to speak, you can find more details and contact the organizers here.

If you just want to attend, tickets are now available for the October 23-24, 2019 conference.

May 12, 2019

About Author

laurakcowan Laura K. Cowan is a green tech editor and narrative journalist with 15 years’ experience promoting sustainability initiatives for automotive, green tech, and conscious living media outlets. She was called best copyeditor in the business by mentor and Automobile Magazine founder David E. Davis, Jr.. A deep study of consciousness, nature writing, and sustainable technology topics allows Ms. Cowan to draw out meaningful stories of diverse professionals from indigenous healers to technology executives in a blend of news and literary journalism styles. She is currently co-founder and editor of tech news blog Cronicle Press, columnist and editor for Ann Arbor’s Crazy Wisdom Journal, and a contributor to local and national magazines such as The Ann Arbor Observer and Reiki News Magazine. Ms. Cowan’s writing and speaking have appeared with Automobile Quarterly, Writer Unboxed, Inhabitat, CNBC, and The National Society of Newspaper Columnists.

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