Code Freeze Symposium 2020
You're invited to the 15th annual Code Freeze Symposium
Join us for the 15th annual Code Freeze Symposium, brought to you by the University of Minnesota's Software Engineering Center and Cprime. This year's theme, Observability, will offer thought provoking presentations from our three keynote speakers; Casey Rosenthal (Verica), Charity Majors (Honeycomb), and Bonnie Holub (Teradata), as well as several engaging breakout sessions.
Alumni of the Master of Science in Software Engineering and Computer Science programs: $100
General Public: $130
For a full schedule of the day's activities and speaker bios, please visit the Code Freeze website.
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About our Theme: Observability
Increasing complexity of software and infrastructure, the merging of development and operations, and the requirement of teams to have better insight into what's going on "under the hood" have fueled the demand for greater visibility into the performance and reliability of systems. Observability, as a premise and practice, has emerged to help bridge the gap between effective monitoring and relevant insight. Code Freeze 2020 will promote "20/20" vision into software systems. We will explore externalization of states in the context of software systems, technical debt, data, devops, machine learning and more. We will examine observability as a property and a practice and explore its adoption from a cultural and a process perspective.