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19
May

That’s a wrap on day two of Continuous Lifecycle London – now onto the workshops!

  It’s unlikely we’d say anything else, but the second day of Continuous Lifecycle London was another considerable success! Our delegates arrived this morning eager to learn more about DevOps with another fantastic speaker line-up ahead of them. Our day opened with Jen Krieger’s keynote “A Culture of Openness”. Jen did an excellent job of...
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17
May

Continuous Lifecycle London 2017 Day 1

That’s a wrap on Day 1 of Continuous Lifecycle London 2017! It’s been a busy day, but certainly one of the most engaging and informative we’ve hosted to date. As soon as we opened the doors the room came alive with developers, architects and other DevOps enthusiasts hungry to pool knowledge over a cup of...
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15
May

Continuous Lifecycle Event returns, bringing its attendees the latest thinking on DevOps, Containerisation, Continuous Delivery and Agile

Following on from last year’s sell-out inaugural event, Continuous Lifecycle returns this week bringing more from the sharpest minds in DevOps, Containerisation, Continuous Delivery and Agile. Many of these core technologies are now an essential backbone to the smooth running of day-to-day business. This event will allow attendees to develop their knowledge and gain insights...
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05
May

The Register Lecture series explores sex, love, robots and AI with Dr Kate Devlin

On April 19, The Register’s readers gathered to consider one of the most fascinating topics in the world of tech: how AI and robotics are going to interact with and affect human sexuality. As part of the Register Lecture series, Dr Kate Devlin, one of the UK’s foremost experts on human sexuality and technology, walked...
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16
Mar

The Register’s Home Office exclusive picked up by UK nationals

The Register journalist Kat Hall uncovered a leaked memo asking Home Office staff to refrain from tweeting about Donald Trump using their personal twitter accounts. The Register, Situation Publishing’s technology news outlet, once again broke an exclusive that was picked up by national news publications across the UK. The email, addressed to all staff and...
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03
Mar

The Register’s Andrew Orlowski interviewed on BBC Newsnight about the Snap IPO

Situation Publishing’s own Andrew Orlowski appears on BBC TV’s ‘Newsnight’ to give his opinion on the Snap IPO When Newsnight covered Snap’s IPO they looked to The Register‘s Executive Editor, Andrew Orlowski to talk about the corporation. His opinion is that it is difficult to place much value on a company which essentially just transports bits...
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02
Mar

Continuous Lifecycle: Early bird tickets and sponsorship packages available

There are less than two weeks left to buy early bird tickets for Continuous Lifecycle London and sponsorship packages are still available. The two day conference programme features almost 40 speakers, spanning users, consultants, thought leaders and vendors, all of whom have been chosen for their ability to not just talk about, but show what they...
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09
Feb

The Register’s exclusive on a UK data breach makes the national headlines

Situation Publishing journalist Alexander J Martin uncovered that UK sports retailer hid the hack from its 30,000 staff since December of last year. Situation Publishing’s technology news outlet The Register broke a story on Wednesday that the UK’s largest sporting goods retailer – Sports Direct – experienced a severe data breach last autumn, when a...
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20
Jan

Drew Cullen interviewed on Press Gazette

Drew Cullen was recently interviewed by Dominic Ponsford of the Press Gazette. The interview covered a lot of ground, including Drew’s thoughts on the effect Google and Facebook have had on the journalism industry and potential implications of the Section 40 proposals. The article is available here. A podcast of the interview is available here.
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13
Oct

Ofcom

Over the course of just the last two years, the regulator has spent £10million on lawyers to fight off legal challenges against its decisions...
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