The Continuous Lifecycle/ContainerConf 2023 conference is scheduled for November 14th to 16th at Rosengarten Mannheim. Interested experts have until May 12 to submit proposals for lectures and tutorials as part of the Call for Proposals (CfP). This conference focuses on developer experience, developer platform, continuous delivery, DevOps, and containerization, aimed at software developers, architects, and administrators from Dev and Ops, as well as security professionals.
The program committee is looking for 40-minute lectures for beginners and advanced users, as well as full-day workshops (6 to 7 hours on November 14) providing in-depth insights into specialist topics. The event covers the entire software lifecycle, from the first line of code to the continuous operation of the application offer, dedicated to areas of developer experience, security, observability, connectivity, platform operations, and culture.
The organizers, heise Developer, iX, and dpunkt.verlag, expect to publish the complete program for Continuous Lifecycle/ContainerConf in early June. Anyone who wants to stay up-to-date on conference progress can register for the newsletter on the Continuous Lifecycle website or follow the organizers on Twitter using the current hashtag #conlife23.
The conference features 40-minute lectures and full-day workshops that aim to provide new insights into software development. The topics covered are intended to help developers, architects, and IT professionals, including administrators and security personnel, develop and operate software efficiently.
The program committee is particularly interested in proposals dedicated to the areas of developer experience, security, observability, connectivity, platform operations, and culture. The Call for Proposals website provides more specific thematic suggestions.
Registration for the newsletter or following the organizers on Twitter with the current hashtag is the best way to stay informed about the conference’s progress. The final program is expected to be published in early June, and the conference is planned for November 14th to 16th at Rosengarten Mannheim.