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Managing the Docker Change - Disrupt and Innovate
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| by Tim Tyler Follow 0 Followers on Feb 20, 2018 | NOTICE: The next QCon is in San Francisco April 9-11, 2018. Join us!

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Tim Tyler discusses some of the key changes MetLife made to maximize success, from tossing out waterfall, quickly identifying design patterns, rallying around open source, embracing test driven engineering, and literally "going to war" with the Ops teams. He focuses on the key decisions, patterns, cultural, and technical changes they made and that were successful.

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Tim Tyler is a principal engineer at MetLife and a Docker Captain focusing on technical innovation and rapid transformation. He has also spent over 20 years in the Semiconductor industry focusing on high performance computing, design automation, and Open Source compliance and evangelization.

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