As we approach the tail end of summer, it’s only natural to feel a bit sad. Farewell beach days, BBQs and lazy drinks on the patio, hello autumnal jackets and staring nervously at the thermostat. But it’s not all doom and gloom – Tasktop Connect 2017 is on the horizon (4th October 2017, Columbus, Ohio), bringing with it, we hope, an Indian Summer.
The Speaker Program
With little over a month to go (well, 35 days, 18 hours, 30 minutes, and 43 seconds – but who’s counting?), we’re delighted to provide an early glimpse into the carefully curated speaker program that is jam-packed with expert insights into optimizing your software delivery and scaling your Agile and DevOps transformations.
- ‘The Rise Of Architecture’ by DevOps guru, Gene Kim
- ‘Building a Secure Continuous Delivery Pipeline’ by Robin Yeman from Lockheed Martin
- ‘Connect Your Software Delivery Tools Like Magic’ by Mark Ford from TIAA
- ‘Accelerating Delivery via Continuous Visibility’ by Carmen DeArdo from Nationwide Insurance
- ‘McKesson’s Traceability Journey’ by Keith Pemberton from McKesson
Click here to see the current agenda and for further information on each session. Please note, we’re still refining and updating the program, so keeping checking the agenda in the coming weeks. With a panel discussion and additional insights from the Tasktop experts, the speaker program covers all your large-scale software delivery needs.
Where to stay?
Now before you begin your registration (with a limited offer 20% discount using code: CONNECT17), let’s talk housing.
When I asked Tasktop Director of pre-sales and Columbus native, Jeff Downs, if we could all crash with at his place, he was psyched. But once we calculated how many sleeping bags, air mattresses, bunk beds and cups of coffee we’d need to accommodate everyone, we moved to plan B.
If you book now, you can secure a room at the Courtyard Marriot Downtown Columbus at a discounted rate of just $129 per night. The rate is only secured until 3rd September, so book now to avoid disappointment.
In addition to helping us with accommodation, Jeff has also written about why Tasktop Connect is happening now and why Columbus.
Have more questions about Tasktop Connect? Drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll look to help you in any way I can.
Don’t forget to register and we look forward to seeing you in Columbus, which promises to be a seminal moment in enterprise-level software delivery.