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Get ready for DevOpsDays Philly 2024: Shaping the future of tech together

The tech Philly conference where innovation meets community returns May 14 at The Science History Institute. Here's what to expect.

Stickers from DevOpsDays Philly 2019 (DevOpsDays Philly/Facebook)
This is a guest post by David Grizzanti, an organizer for DevOpsDay Philly and a principal engineer at The New York Times. Grizzanti is also a Comcast alum and a member of the Philadelphia leadership team for Out in Tech.

Mark your calendars, because DevOpsDays Philly is back from May 14-15 at The Science History Institute in Old City. 

We have an exciting list of speakers and look forward to bringing the local tech community together once again. We also have a trio of tickets to raffle off to readers, see below for details.

I personally have fond memories of attending, volunteering, and speaking at Philly DevOpsDays and can’t wait to reconnect with everyone after a few years off.

If you haven’t attended in the past, now is the time. The gathering is geared toward anyone working in the technology field — including developers, operations engineers, system administrators, QA engineers, security professionals and anyone else involved in the software development and delivery process.

Getting to know DevOps methodologies and mindset can be useful to people in all these positions, because they will learn a set of practices, cultural philosophies, and tools aimed at improving collaboration and communication between software development and operations teams.

What can you expect at DevOpDays Philly?

  • Expert Speakers: We’ve lined up some seriously knowledgeable speakers who are eager to share their insights and experiences. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or new to the game, you’re bound to learn something valuable.
  • Hands-On Workshops: Dive into the nitty-gritty of DevOps with our interactive workshops led by industry pros. Whether you’re into automation, cloud stuff, or keeping your code in check, there’s a workshop for you.
  • Networking Galore: Connect with like-minded folks from near and far. Whether you’re looking for a mentor, a collaborator, or just someone to bounce ideas off of, you’ll find them here.
  • Get Inspired: Surround yourself with creativity, curiosity, and collaboration. Whether you’re itching to start a new project or just want to level up your skills, you’ll leave feeling energized and ready to take on your next project.

This year’s lineup includes sessions like “What romance stories taught me about incident management” by Ajuna Kyaruzi, “Finding your perfect place in tech” by Ume Habiba and “The startup DevOps playbook — making it a success from day one” by Aman Sharma.  

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to be part of something big. 

Register now for DevOpDays Philly 2024 and get ready to take your tech game to the next level. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or just starting out, there’s something here for you. Early bird pricing ends on March 31, so don’t wait.

See you there!

Oh, and if you want a chance to win free entry, is raffling off three DevOpsDays Philly tickets — each one has a $250 value, so this is a no joke prize. 

To enter, send an email to with the subject line “DevOpsDays contest” and include:

  • A screenshot showing you’re signed up for’s Philly newsletter (Not yet? Do that here)
  • A screenshot showing you follow on a social media platform (LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook, other)

That’s it! The raffle drawing will take place April 15, so be sure to enter before that date.

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