DevOps Meetup Events at OCFI
DevOps Oxford run free meetups for software developers, systems administrators and operations engineers.
DevOps Oxford is for software developers, systems administrators, operations engineers and anyone with an interest in IT tools and technologies that enable shorter time to market, faster iteration, and more secure and stable systems.
DevOps run regular meetups at OCFI allowing professionals around the area to come together and discuss and share their experiences on how to deliver better software. This is a free event and can see around 70 people turn up.
If you have any intrest in IT tools and technologies this event really is worth going to. The next event is on the 31st March. With over 1000 followers these events are popular so please do book your free ticket in advance.
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