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What Does It Mean To Deliver Software At The #SpeedOfLife?

In this blog post, I’m excited to announce the #SpeedOfLife campaign that I will be leading for the month of May. I’m looking forward to getting to know more of the awesome people who make up our DevOps community.

What is #SpeedOfLife?

#SpeedOfLife is a social campaign meant to highlight users and experts in the field of software development and delivery. More specifically, I will be posting snippets of my conversations with the community in the form of weekly blog posts, social media messages, and a video live stream every Friday this month.

It is now more than ever essential for enterprise-scale companies to deliver software products and services with safety, resiliency, and velocity. At Armory we are proud to enable developers to work and ship at the speed of life. What are you proudest of in your line of work? What does work at the speed of life mean to you? I want to know! I’m listening and my goal this month is to amplify community voices.

How Can I Get Involved?

I’m so glad you asked.

Starting today, I’ll be sending out messages asking for participation. If you are eager to contribute now without a personal invitation I have a handy link that you can follow where you can submit your contribution on your own time. Alternatively, if you want to reach out to me (Nikema) directly, I will be thrilled to hear your story. Hit me up at [nikema.prophet at armory.io]!

Join Me, Tell Me Your Stories

I’ve already spoken with our CEO, DROdio and he shared some customer stories that truly exemplify #SpeedOfLife. I can’t wait to share that with you, and it’s coming soon. More importantly, I can’t wait to hear your stories and get them out there.

Join me, it’s easy I promise 😀. You don’t have to use your voice or get on camera to participate. See the contribution form for a text-based response option.

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