Hey, just a quick note to say that I will be speaking at CodeMotion Berlin in November on how you can apply principles of chaos engineering to the serverless paradigm.
A few of my colleagues from DAZN would be attending as well. If you want to find out a bit more about us and how we’re using containers and serverless side-by-side then why not come and meet us at the event.
The organizers of CodeMotion has been very kind to offer 20% discount on tickets if you use the promo code AFFILIATE here: http://bit.ly/codemotion-berlin.
There’s a strong lineup again this year, with speakers from Google, AWS, IBM, Microsoft and Github just to name a few.
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