The Dawn of Liquid Software
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Webinar Description: 

Software affects everything in our lives. Imagine that software could be constantly updated without our involvement! No need to figure out hardware specifications. Nothing to interrupt our digital activities. No lengthy trials on staging environments. No outdated servers everybody dread to touch. What if it all just happened in the background, and we could simply enjoy the benefits? We’ll talk about industry trends related to software updates and how cutting-edge engineers are making their release process more liquid.

Who should attend:
Software engineers interested in the next transformation of software delivery. 
SRE engineers wanted to implement continuous updates in their organization.
IoT professionals.

Pre-requisites :
Understanding of the concepts of DevOps

The Agenda:
Why liquid software
How continuous updates implement the liquid software vision
What are the differences between continuous updates and continuous delivery/deployment?
Where we are now? Does anyone do it now?
What are the main obstacles in continuous updates adoption and how to overcome them.

Note: This webinar is pre-recorded, and there will be a live Q&A at the end of the session.

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Register for this Webinar:
Date: Wednesday, January 30th
Time: 11:00 AM CET
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Duration: 60 min
Host: Baruch Sadogursky
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Presenter Information
Baruch Sadogursky
Head Developer Advocate
Jonathan Roquelaure (@roquelaurej) is a Solution Engineer at JFrog, the creator of Artifactory, the Binary Repository, the home of Bintray, the software distribution platform, which are used by millions of developers around the world. Based in France, he is a multi-skilled developer, agilist and specialized in continuous integration and delivery. He's focused on making developers life easier through processes fluidisation and automation.