Jim Benson notices that some organizations keep their silos and have even created a DevOps one, suggesting that what is needed is a UXDevQAOPS group or simply Collaborative Development.
Jim Benson discusses why Kanban is helpful: enables clarity of purpose, promotes shared understanding, recognizes individual input, depersonalizes work, respects problem solving, and others.
D'Arcy Lussier discuses cloud computing, what has happened lately in this field, where it is going, with details on Azure, AWS, GCP, and others.
David Alpert shares 10 tips on streamlining the delivery pipeline to make the process fast and smooth.
Ted Young shares his experience having to build their own solution or choosing an open source project in its infancy, the problems encountered and how they solved them.
Steve Rogalsky conducts a workshop on using the design studio approach to achieve effective collaborative design.
Mark Lines keynotes on the Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD) framework, scaling an Agile strategy, and practices for successfully scaling Agile.
Adam Krieger discusses improving CD: using feedback to improve customer satisfaction, treating DevOps as a responsibility, discovering the mindset and toolset necessary to deliver successfully.
Declan Whelan discusses how to use DDD to wrap microservices around the most important concepts in a system, using ports and adapters to decouple the core domain from persistence and other services.
Ted Young discusses the various tools one can use to manage and operate containers, what they do and what they are useful for.
Ardita Karaj and Jason Little present their company’s journey to Agile using Lean Startup, contractor/internal coaches, culture hacking, ADKAR, Kanban, Innovation Games, and others.
Stuart Williams shares from experience how his company implemented Kanban, what worked for them in handling maintenance, support and a number of small projects.