John Stevenson presents Atlassian’s values, detailing how its culture formed and was maintained while growing over time.
Mike Roberts shares his view current on Agile after years of practicing it, discussing how he practices it now and how that could help others.
Erik Happi Stenman discusses 4 scalability basic requirements: the right business model, the right technology, the right people, and the right (amount of) process.
Ari Zilka informs on the cloud tools and process changes needed to take place for the financial and banking institutions to become interested in the technologies cloud computing has to offer.
Joe Justice offers advice on improving manufacturing and software development processes using Agile methodology based on his experience building a 100mpg car in 3 months.
Kellan Elliott-McCrea discusses the technological and process changes Etsy has been going through the last two years in order to make the website more resilient.
Don Reinertsen proposes addressing uncertainty not by considering it harmful nor by embracing it but by efficiently reducing it in the context of the economic laws governing the software dev process.
Michael Feathers advices on creating an organizational process and culture that can enhance software development in a way that reduces technical debt.
Bill Caputo discusses adopting continuous testing for Clojure, what are the goals of such a practice, how it differs from other languages, practical considerations (tools, setup) and a demonstration.
Richard Sheridan presents tools and techniques for creating an intentional culture of joy lacking fear and ambiguity, the most productive environment in his opinion.
Daniel Worthington-Bodart presents ways to reduce the built times by a factor of 10.
John-Henry Harris discusses Systematic Creativity, a set of design processes used by LEGO to create their products. He explains how design thinking can have an influence on a global scale.