We're once again hosting a joint in-person meetup between the London Developer and London Admin Trailblazer groups to bring you fantastic sessions as well as plenty of time to network and be in with the chance to win some prizes.
Our talks for the evening are as follows;
Susannah St-Germain - Architect Relations, Salesforce - is over from the US and will speak to us on why Salesforce is investing in Architects, what new tools are available, and why these tools are for admins and devs, too!
DevOps maturity is a spectrum, and not every team is ready or even needs to be right at the mature end. In this session Jed and Matt will look at the characteristics and challenges at each stage of DevOps maturity. They’ll also cover the framework they use at Gearset to identify where teams fall on the spectrum of DevOps maturity, and how to identify the most important next steps for those teams.
Be sure to pay attention to everything, as we’ll also be having a quiz where some swag and certification vouchers will be up for grabs!
Thanks to Gearset for sponsoring.
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Susannah Plaisted is an Architect Evangelist at Salesforce. She is passionate about empowering and inspiring Architects and ensuring they have the tools and skills they need to build better solutions. Susannah believes that everyone should have access to the resources they need to become as technical as they want to be.
Jed Ingram has been working in the Salesforce DevOps ecosystem for the past 3 years, helping customers progress to the next level of DevOps maturity. He's worked with customers from all around the world, including the likes of UCLA, Johnson & Johnson and Salesforce. He is passionate about using technology to solve problems, and an advocate for all Salesforce meet-ups!
MJ has spent the last few years working with hundreds of Salesforce teams in all shapes, sizes, and locations to transform their DevOps practises. He's passionate about helping the Salesforce community drive success with new processes, solutions, and cultures. When he's not working with Salesforce teams, you'll find him frequenting any new food place he can find, watching live music, and playing guitar.