DevOps Midwest Conference at T-Rex Teaches Best Practices for Automating Development

DevOps Midwest, a special conference with a slate of nationally known experts in the field of software development, will be held September 19-20, 2018 at the TREX Center, 911 Washington Avenue in St. Louis.

The event is hosted by St. Louis technology firms Savvy Coders and Sketch Development Services and is sponsored by Centene and Google. It is geared for software teams who wish to learn more about how to automate the development process from those who have already done it.

The two-day event includes several workshop opportunities. More than one dozen speakers have been confirmed with new ones added on a daily basis. The complete speaker roster and schedule will be announced in early September.

Topics thus far include From Linux Unified Key Setup (LUKS) to Vault-a journey of secret management; The Rise of the Distributed Database; Metrics That Matter- moving from easy to impactful; Conquering Your Fear of Testing; Enhancing Monitoring and Observability Skills; The Value of Common Tools and Rewriting DevOps; How Not to Review A Pull Request; Behavior Driven Development for the Enterprise; Impact of CI/CD on Audit and Compliance; Developer Handcuffs: When Technical Problems Become People Problems, and more.

“We are extremely excited to host this event in St. Louis and offer some great speakers, experts and topics. DevOps will cover a number of key issues developers deal with on a day-to-day basis,” said Elaine Queathem with Savvy Coders.

“It will be a great educational experience. The conference will make a large impact and we are expecting software development teams, engineers and managers to attend not only from the St. Louis area but throughout the Midwest.”

Tickets are $250 per person prior to September 2 and $325 thereafter. For details visit

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