As British heritage brands whose histories stretch back a combined total of 337 years, The Telegraph and Economist have long learnt to adapt and thrive during revolutions in technology. Our engineering teams are therefore proud to join forces and share our experiences in helping these storied businesses prosper in the fourth industrial revolution, when the rise of the internet has laid down a fresh set of challenges to traditional media companies.
We will present a panel discussion and talks looking at around how technology can and does add value to the trusted contents published by The Telegraph and Economist, including:
Why is Product Development and Engineering in Publishing an exciting place to be
How do technologies help publishers engage their audience
The shift to SRE and the role of DevOps
The night will feature a panel chaired by Tom Standage of The Economist, on technology in publishing. The panel will include:
Richard Holden, Deputy Head of Product, The Economist
Harry De Quetteville, The Telegraph’s Technology Intelligence Editor
Mehdi Ali, The Telegraph’s Head of Technology
Fernando Martino, an independent CTO
There will also be two talks:
The Telegraph’s Alex Mansfield, Architect of MyTelegraph, will talk about agile architecture in the context of a personalisation project
The Economist’s Jujhar Singh, DevOps Practice Lead, will talk about DevOps and Kubernetes.
There will also be a break for networking.
Cost: Free of Charge
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