The Summer Olympics in Rio just ended, and much like how it is in any Olympic year, the sports media world is currently hyper-analyzing NBC’s coverage of the Games, as well as the network’s performance from a television ratings perspective. NBC bought the rights to the Olympic Games back in 2011 for a then-staggering $4.38 billion (which, given the sports media rights bubble we are witnessing currently, would be a much higher number if purchased today). As such, there is understandably a great deal of scrutiny around NBC’s audience metrics, especially given the sheer amount of money that is spent in trying to attain viewership to the network during the two-week television window that the Games occupy.
Jenkins World is coming up in just a few weeks, which will be the largest face-to-face gathering of Jenkins and DevOps users this year. It is the perfect time to put one of the most important pillars of DevOps to use: collaboration. As a DevOps company, your business strategy should include the participation of several parties, all working together to boost your status in the market. Analysts should be one of these parties.
College graduates are faced with so many emotions and choices – it’s quite overwhelming. I can make that statement with complete confidence because it wasn’t too long ago that I crossed the stage and entered into full blown career driven adulthood.
With the “slow” summer months coming to a close, it’s about that time to take another look at how your agency partners are performing and if they’re meeting your marketing and PR goals consistently. Taking a step back and reassessing program performance is critical as you head into the second half of 2016.
The wait is over. Jenkins World 2016 has finally arrived, and you are now a part of the largest gathering of Jenkins users in history. So, now what? This year, there will be more than 50 sessions being hosted by Jenkins evangelists, C-level executives and experts from around the world that want to help you make the most out of your Jenkins World experience. While it is nearly impossible to go to every single presentation, PAN wanted to highlight some particularly exciting breakout sessions and workshops that are open to all attendees.