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re:Invent Private Dinner: Join us for a meal and conversation about CD at scale with Snap, LaunchDarkly, Scopely, AWS, and others

Oct 28, 2021 by Mike Gemmati

Are you attending re:Invent this year?

To celebrate the return of in-person events, Armory is hosting a series of private dinners for a few nights of great food, drinks, and thought-provoking conversation with your peers.

Join Armory execs including our new CEO, Jim Douglas, leaders from AWS, and executives from leading enterprises including Snap, Launch Darkly, Expedia, and Scopely to discuss best practices for scaling continuous delivery your organization.

We are hosting two dinners (you can pick which one you prefer in the sign up form):

Tues, Nov 30 at 8:30pm
Delmonico Steak House @ The Venetian

Wed, Dec 1 at 7:30pm
Michael Mina @ The Bellagio

Space is limited, so sign up now to request your spot. After registering, a member of our team will be in touch.


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