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[Upcoming Event] CodeLogic Sponsors DevOps Days Minneapolis 2021

CodeLogic's Product Manager, Chris Reid, will be giving an Ignite talk on effective developer onboarding

Are you registered for DevOps Days Minneapolis 2021? Connect with the DevOps community, listen and engage with an impressive lineup of speakers, and discover cutting-edge tools at this year's two-day Devopsdays event.

Connect with us 

On Tuesday, July 20 and Wednesday, July 21, DevOps Days Minneapolis will be reimagined as a hybrid event (live in-person and virtually). Whether you're in the Minneapolis area or remote, register and drop by the Hilton Minneapolis or pop into the virtual space to chat. The Devopsdays Minneapolis team has secured an accomplished line-up of professionals presenting on topics ranging from software development best practices to GitOps and Kubernetes to monoliths and microservices and more, so you're bound to learn something new.

Ignite talk with Chris Reid 

chris-reidCodeLogic's Product Manager, Chris Reid, will be giving an Ignite talk titled Effective Onboarding: From Zero to Full Speed on Tuesday, July 20 at 2:30pm CT. Whether you're starting a new job at a company or switching projects at the same job, onboarding can be challenging without a clear program in place. Chris will cover the three best practices for getting new team members up to speed in a new environment in a 5 minute, rapid fire presentation.

View the full program schedule here. Mark your calendars!

Stop by our table

We're thrilled to announce that CodeLogic is a Silver Sponsor of DevOps Days Minneapolis. Our team of experts will be on hand to connect during the day and we'll have exciting giveaways for attendees.

If you haven't already, register for DevOps Days Minneapolis and secure your spot. 


Special offer: demo & donate 

In an effort to give back to the DevOps Days Minneapolis community, for attendees that schedule and participate in a CodeLogic demo, we'll donate $25 in their name to the local Minneapolis charity, Code Savvy.

Code Savvy is a local non-profit organization that champions gender and ethnic diversity in the technology space. They help kids and educators become more "code savvy" by incubating and supporting community-based programs that bring technology and know-how to local communities.

Code Savvy is, "dedicated to ensuring the next generation of computer science professionals is representative of the billions of users of tomorrow’s innovative technologies." (Code Savvy, About Us)

Visit the Code Savvy website to learn more: www.codesavvy.org

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