Business at Web Speed
Date: This event took place live on January 21 2015
Duration: Approximately 60 minutes.
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If your business is delivered via technology (and what business isn't these days?), your success depends on how often, and how safely, you can improve upon the end-user experience.
Join Chef's Adam Jacob and O'Reilly's Courtney Nash as they launch a 6-part series of webcasts that illuminate and explore a new way of doing business. We call it the "Coded Business" or "Business at Web Speed." How quickly you adapt could determine the future of your business.
In this hour you'll learn how & why the continuous delivery of applications and infrastructure is the key to modern customer service. We are literally programming the future of our businesses. If you or your organization aim to succeed (and who doesn't?), you won't want to miss this webcast series.
About Adam Jacob
Adam Jacob is a co-founder of Chef Software and the creator of the Chef IT automation platform. Adam is a leading voice and pioneer in DevOps and the digital economy, with a passion for empowering businesses to delight customers with technology. Prior to Chef, he founded HJK Solutions, an automated infrastructure consultancy. During two years at HJK, he built new infrastructures for 15 different startups. Including his time at HJK, Adam has 13 years of experience as a systems administrator, systems architect, and tools developer. He has been responsible for large production infrastructures, internal corporate automation, and Sarbanes-Oxley compliance efforts.
About Courtney Nash
Courtney Nash is an erstwhile academic neuroscientist who is still fascinated by the brain and how people learn just about anything. She's been known to teach people how to salsa dance, conduct psychology experiments, or even get air on a mountain bike. After many years of web geekery, she's returned to her brainy roots with the Head First series. When not working on books, Courtney can be found biking, hiking, skiing, and photographing the Cascade mountains near her home in Bellingham, Washington.