In January, Etsy served over a billion page views and sellers collectively sold over $33 million of goods on the site. We also deployed the site to production 517 times with changes from over 70 unique individuals. Small, rapid changes are the key to faster release cycles, flexibility, better morale, and better uptime.
We've written about how we do it on Etsy's engineering blog, Code as Craft, and we had an awesome time presenting in Austin, TX during SXSW, but we wanted to bring it back to our home turf -- Brooklyn!
From 7-9pm on Thursday, March 31, key members of the Etsy engineering team will offer a series of small rapid talks providing a fast-paced and intensive overview of tools, processes, and cultural practices that make moving fast easy.
Come catch a conference worth of tech talks, parties, and hallway conversations in under two hours at the awesome Etsy Labs space in beautiful Brooklyn. We'd love to see you!
- "Scaling Startups" (Chad Dickerson, CTO)
- "Continuous Deployment: the Why and How" (Kellan Elliott-McCrea, VP of Engineering)
- "Deployinator: Etsy's Deployment Tool" (Erik Kastner, Software Engineer, Developer Tools)
- "Metrics-Driven Development" (Mike Brittain, Lead, Core Platform)
After the talks end, stay for beers and geek talk with the Etsy engineering team. Our custom photobooth will be in full effect for you to commemorate your evening.