Attend the Aspen EXO Software Delivery Summit
Apr 12, 2017 by DROdio
Armory is sponsoring the May 21-23, 2017 EXO Software Delivery Summit in Aspen, Colorado. This invitation-only event brings together engineering leaders from Global 2,000 companies under Chatham House Rule, so they can openly discuss wins and challenges around software delivery best-practices in a private setting. Attending are eng. leaders from Capital One, Netflix, Mathworks, HomeAdvisor, Rent-The-Runway, Outbrain and others.
This is Armory’s second year sponsoring the EXO summits. The MoDev team, which runs these EXO conferences, has created a winning formula by capping attendees at a maximum of 50 technical leaders, with dinners and other events added into the session mix, all taking place in a beautiful setting. This enables a much richer, intimate discussion to unfold than at a typical conference, and attendees get to know each other really well, forming strong professional relationships post-event.
As sponsors, Armory has a limited number of codes good for a substantial discount off the $4,500 published rate. The fee includes the Summit plus full room & board at the beautiful Aspen Meadows Resort. If you’re an engineering leader (Director level or above) at a Global 2,000 company, contact us at [email protected] for the Armory discount code, and join us in Aspen to discuss how to overcome software delivery challenges and share best-practices.
PS — if you’d like, you can stay for the EXO Security Summit, which runs May 23-25, and apply Armory’s discount code to that event as well.
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