Women in DevOps are delighted to announce their involvement in this year's 2023 PlatformCon. Founder Lauren Langdell and EU/DACH Co-Founder Antonia Otter will be taking to the stage to deliver a talk on 'Building an Offline Platform Community from London, to Berlin, to LA.'
Women in DevOps was founded in 2017 with a crystal-clear vision: to close the ever-present gender gap in the DevOps space. In the six years since our inception, our community has evolved into a global movement, a platform that elevates the voice of all underrepresented minorities in tech, a safe and supportive space that celebrates talent, and an opportunity to make a real impact on the future of work for everyone.
Building on the success of last year, PlatformCon 2023 promises to be even bigger and better. This year's conference will feature new and improved tracks, including "Stories," "Tech," "Blueprints," "Culture," and "Impact," covering a wide range of topics, from building platforms for enterprise use cases to technical solutions for platform teams and cultural considerations for platform engineering.
Attendees will be able to watch all talks at their own pace and join live virtual kickoff events for their region. Speakers will be available for Q&A on the Platform Engineering Slack channel during the conference, providing a unique opportunity for attendees to engage with the experts.
Register now for 8-9th June - it's not to be missed!