DevOps Excellence Awards 2020: Deadline extended to 29th January

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Winner, winner? DevOps Excellence Awards 2020 dinner on 18th March
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Winner, winner? DevOps Excellence Awards 2020 dinner on 18th March

Got an excellent DevOps project or inspiring leader? You've got more time to enter Computing's DevOps Excellence Awards 2020

The deadline for entries to Computing's DevOps Excellence Awards 2020 - the UK's longest running DevOps awards programme - has been extended to enable even more people and organisations to enter. ...

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