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Mar 10-Dec 13, 2018 PMP Certification Training in Houston, TX, United States
Invensis Learning deliver PMP Exam Prep Training in Houston through classroom and live online classroom modes. Attend this PMP course from various available weekday and weekend schedules. Enroll now and gain this PMP certification in Houston today.
OnlineInvensis Inc, 1000 N West Street
Suite 1200, Wilmington, DE
United States of America
Apr 25-25, 2018
Matt Stratton
Matt Stratton at GOTO Chicago
Matt Stratton (Modern Linux Administration) presents "How Do You Infect Your Organization With Humane Ops?" Richard Dawkins described memes as being a form of cultural propagation, which is a way for people to transmit social memories and cultural ideas to each other. Not unlike the way that DNA and life will spread from location to location, a meme idea will also travel from mind to mind. Getting your organization to…
Navy Pier
600 E. Grand Avenue
Chicago, IL
United States of America
May 10-10, 2018 Webcast: Accelerate your business with DevOps and the cloud
The cloud (in all its forms) allows your organization to deliver more value to customers faster.
May 15-16, 2018
Matt Stratton
Matt Stratton at DevOpsDays Salt Lake City
Author Matt Stratton (Modern Linux Administration) presents "How Do You Infect Your Organization With Humane Ops?" Richard Dawkins described memes as being a form of cultural propagation, which is a way for people to transmit social memories and cultural ideas to each other. Not unlike the way that DNA and life will spread from location to location, a meme idea will also travel from mind to mind. Getting your organization…
NOAH's Event Venue
322 11000 S
South Jordan, UT
United States of America
May 15-15, 2018
Jörg Schad
Webcast: Avoiding pitfalls when containerizing Java and JVM applications
Developers and engineers are constantly looking for ways to update and modernize their Java-based applications. Containers are the most popular tool for packaging and deploying applications across different environments — so why not just containerize your Java apps? Unfortunately, the solution isn’t always simple: Moving to containers can lead to errors and outages, when the Java Virtual Machine doesn’t understand what it means to run in containers.
Jun 26-27, 2018
Katie  Womersley
Katie Womersley at Women of Silicon Roundabout
Author Katie Womersley (Atomic Migration Strategy for Web Teams - forthcoming) presents Building and Scaling Remote Teams