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Adventures in San Francisco – part four, Google I/O 2016

After my previous visits to Sauce Labs, Google and Keen.io, it was finally time for the main event. I was lucky enough to get tickets for Google I/O through some of the Polymer work we had done over the last year. As I mentioned in part one I have never been to San Francisco before, so I didn’t have a previous I/O to compare it to. However, I know they changed up the format this year, giving it a more “festival” vibe — I assume to differentiate it from other conferences and be more “Google”.

I’m going to cover the bad, the good, the highlights, and the things I learned.

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Adventures in San Francisco – part three, an introduction and a talk with keen.io

Following on from my earlier visits to Sauce and the Googleplex, before attending Google I/O 2016 I took the time to visit Keen IO.

Keen IO

If you don’t know about Keen, they are an awesome platform, providing analytics for developers. In this post, I’ll show you a couple of ways we’ve used Keen IO, as well as bringing you video of the talk I gave about it during my visit to Google I/O 2016.

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Lessons From Continuous Delivery and the Pipeline Conference

"Sponsor: NetaPorter" by Chris O'Dell is licensed under CC BY 2.0"

“Sponsor: NetaPorter” by Chris O’Dell is licensed under CC BY 2.0″

What Is Continuous Delivery?

Here at Net-a-Porter we take our software delivery very seriously, and are moving increasingly towards Continuous Delivery. For those of you who have not heard much about Continuous Delivery, or want to learn more then I’d certainly recommend reading Jez Humble’s website Continuous Delivery, and in particular taking a look at the Visualisations of Continuous Delivery which really help explain what it’s all about.

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