(TAMPA, Fla.) – AgileThought—a national provider of enterprise custom software solutions and development consulting to Fortune 1000 clients—announced that it will sponsor the first DevOpsDays Tampa Bay conference on Friday, June 7, 2019. Barry Matheney, a senior DevOps consultant at AgileThought, will also present a session titled, “A Case for Sprint Zero: The Deliverable is your Release Pipeline.”
First held in Belgium in 2009, DevOpsDays is a worldwide series of technical conferences for professionals in technology. The events—which feature a combination of curated talks and self-organized open space content—provide opportunities to network and discuss ideas and challenges relating to DevOps. Topics at these events cover automation, testing, security and organizational culture.
During his session, Matheney will discuss how to save engineering teams from the costly trials and tribulations that come with software development. By breaking down the steps, he will teach attendees how to avoid dual development, duplicate code and breakdowns in release pipelines so the root of the problem can be easily found and fixed.
“I am thrilled to have the opportunity to speak and share insights at DevOpsDays’ first ever conference in Tampa,” said Matheney. “DevOpsDays is an impressive worldwide organization that strengthens local DevOps communities, and I look forward to furthering their impact on the Tampa community.”
DevOpsDays was a natural fit for Tampa due to the city’s burgeoning tech market, high demand for conferences, and urgency to bridge the communication divide between development and operational teams within companies. Organized by peers who believe in constant improvement and collaboration, the Tampa Bay conference will encompass topics ranging from software development to IT infrastructure operations.
For more information about the conference, visit the DevOpsDays Tampa Bay website.
AgileThought is a full-service software consulting firm with specializations in custom software development, user interface and experience design, rapid prototyping, managed cloud services, data analytics and collaboration, SharePoint and business intelligence solutions, and agile and DevOps consulting and training. Formed in 2004, the company has been noted as one of the country’s Best Companies to Work For by Fortune magazine. It is currently listed on the Inc. 5000 list for the eleventh consecutive year and was also listed as one of the Best Company Cultures by Entrepreneur magazine. It serves Fortune 1000 clients nationwide from offices in Tampa, Atlanta, and Orlando. For more information, visit agilethought.com or call 1-877-514-9180.