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The 2018 Spinnaker Summit is Coming on October 8-9, 2018 in Seattle

Apr 27, 2018 by DROdio

Last year, Netflix held an inaugural summit for Spinnaker, the open-source project that codifies Netflix’s and Google’s software delivery best-practices, putting them a decade ahead of most other companies.

Spinnaker powers the core of Armory’s platform, which helps software teams ship better software, faster.

Over 250 attendees attended the first summit. Here’s a recap of the sessions, along with videos.. This year, the Spinnaker Summit will have a capacity for 500 people, and will be held in Seattle from October 8-9, 2018.

Register here using code “ARMORY” for $100 off the registration fee (good for the first 100 tickets).

Here are more pics & stats from the first Summit:

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