Announcing Speakers for Subversion & Git Live 2013

Subversion & Git Live 2013 returns this October featuring expert-led workshops, presentations from industry leading analysts on the future of Subversion & Git, and unique committer roundtable discussions. In addition to all of the great sessions at this year’s conference, we’re pleased to announce a new keynote by Jeffrey S. Hammond, VP, Principal Analyst with Forrester Research. Hammond is a widely recognized expert in software application development and delivery. He will present “The Future of Subversion and Git,” and discuss the differences between these popular version control systems, while pointing out the issues IT organizations should consider before deciding which one to use.

Jeffrey Hammond joins Apache Software Foundation Vice Chairman and VP Apache Subversion Greg Stein who will present “Why Open Source is Good for your Health,” a look at how open source software works, how communities manage complex projects, and why it’s better for your business to rely on open-source rather than proprietary software.

Sessions include:

  • The Future of Subversion and Git

  • Why Open Source is Good for your Business

  • Subversion: The Road Ahead

  • What Just Happened? Intro to Git in the Real World

  • Practical TortoiseSVN

  • Introduction to Git Administration

  • Progress in Move Tracking

  • Developments in Merging

  • Git Workflows

  • …and more!

Subversion & Git Live is coming to Boston (Oct. 3), San Francisco (Oct. 8), and London (Oct. 16). View the agenda, travel and hotel details, and register at wandisco.com/svn-git-live-2013.  We’re offering you and anyone you’d like to invite a 30% discount off the normal $199 registration fee if you register using promo code REF2013. Normally conferences featuring speakers of this caliber cost four times as much. Space is going fast, so register now!

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