On August 10, 1628, the Swedish warship Vasa began its maiden voyage, and after sailing approximately 1,400 feet, promptly heeled over and sank, causing total loss of the ship as well as the deaths of 53 sailors.
What does this have to do with project managing large, complex software systems? Find out by joining Threat Stack’s Pete Cheslock at Monitorama in Portland, Oregon, May 22–24.
Once again, Threat Stack is proud to be a sponsor of Monitorama. From our own experience and what we hear from others, the event just keeps getting better every year.
As one of the largest open source conferences and hackathons for developers and web operations experts, Monitorama invites those who are advancing the state of open source monitoring in a big way.
In an outstanding program filled with talks by leading open source developers, web operations experts, and associated thought leaders, Pete has been asked back to speak again this year.
Known for his informative and entertaining presentations, Pete is delivering a talk titled “The Vasa: Redux” — a full length version of his popular talk about the failure of the Vasa and how it relates to software engineering projects.
So keep an eye out for Pete, be sure to attend his talk on Monday, May 22, and let us know what you’re thinking by tweeting us at @ThreatStack.
BTW: We’re giving away some of our famous Threat Stack socks, so be on the lookout and be sure to grab a pair.
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