SAN FRANCISCO, March 30, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- GoCD and Snap CI, products of Thoughtworks, will join other software thought leaders in co-sponsoring several DevOpsDays in 2016.
The first event to kick off 2016 will take place in Vancouver, Canada on April 15th, and will include Austin, Salt Lake City, Seattle, and more.
"Thoughtworks has been at the forefront of Continuous Delivery adoption since 2010 when former Thoughtworkers Jez Humble and David Farley published the first book on Continuous Delivery," said Technology Evangelist Ken Mugrage. "Both GoCD and Snap CI continue that spirit of innovation in their product design, always creating new and improved ways for customers to make their releases more reliable and more frequent."
Thoughtworks aims to push software development teams to think and work differently. We were leaders in continuous integration and created the first continuous integration server, Cruise Control, in 2001. From there, we pushed the boundaries of CI into what would become Continuous Delivery. We've been working to make Continuous Delivery common practice for the last decade. We didn't just write the book on Continuous Delivery. We also made the best build and deployment pipelines for on-premise and cloud in GoCD and Snap.
Thoughtworks is a software company and community of passionate, purpose-led inpiduals that specialize in software consulting, delivery and products. We think disruptively to deliver technology to address our clients' toughest challenges, all while seeking to revolutionize the IT industry and create positive social change. We make pioneering tools for software teams who aspire to be great. Our products help organizations continuously improve and deliver quality software for their most critical needs.
DevOpsDays brings development, operations, QA, InfoSec, management, and leadership together to discuss the culture and tools to make better organizations and products. The events are a unique combination of presentation and open spaces which encourage discussions on a wide variety of topics.