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- Artificial Intelligence Now!
- C++ and Programming of Embedded Systems
- DevOps & Automation Now!
- Diversity & Inclusion
- From Projects to Products/Services: Aligning Architecture and Organization for Sustainable Speed
- Full Day Tutorial
- Fusion: IT-Future-Society
- Half Day Tutorial
- Modern Software Architecture
- Product Development in Times of Digitalization
- Signature Track: The Time is Now!
- Social Integration
- Software Architecture Communication & Assessment
- Testing & Quality
- Trends & Techniques
- Use Domain-Driven Design Now!
- Artificial Intelligence
- Domain-Driven Design
- Product Development
- Programming Languages
- Requirements Engineering
- Soft Skills/Social Skills
- Software Engineering
- Talks with Limited Attendance
- Testing & Quality
- Virtual Reality
After two decades of being a business software developer, a DDD consultant and an Event Storming aficionado, I started to build a game and had no clue how to.
So I modelled the heck out of the game using Event Storming and implemented it using all the DDD patterns, functional and object oriented architecture patterns and even CQRS & Event Sourcing.
Let me show you how much fun it is to build a game, using everything you know about business software and subsequently, how your business software building abilities will improve from building games.
Target Audience: Senior Developers, DDD Enthusiasts, Game Developers, Software Architects
Prerequisites: The will to put the fun back into functioning business software
Diversity in organizations can be a challenge or a wealth of potential. You choose - but how? In this session we'll offer you solid perspectives, concrete tools and examples, so you will be better enabled, how to foster deep, also challenging, but definitely fruitful collaboration across your organization.
Target Audience: Managers, HR Leads, Change Agents, Coaches
Prerequisites: Interest in Leadership, Collaboration, Organizational Change
Exponential change, globalization, an increase in interdependence, complexity has put societies, but also organizations at the edge of known territory. Diversity has become a challenge and requirement at the same time. Leading under such conditions requires a different set of perspectives. Organizations need new skills and tools to overcome these obstacles.
In order to enable the growth of diversity in any organization, it very much helps gain an understanding what makes the system(s) of this organization tick. For meaningful action to happen, whatever your position (formal leader or inspired change agent), you will create a space, where voices (especially marginalized ones) can be heard, get into conversation, so to gain deeper insights and more awareness. This is the soil for new ideas and more effective solutions to overcome the pressing challenges, every organization is confronted with.
This session will provide a solid combination of sound concepts, tools and examples, how to overcome the challenges of a siloed organization, how to overcome domination of single voices, how to overcome unskillful conflict behavior. We will offer the audience concrete and immediately actionable practices, they can use for fostering dialog between small and larger groups in their organizations. Last but not least, they will walk away with a self assessment questionnaire, providing first insight on their own views and behaviors.
Data technical debt refers to quality challenges associated with legacy data sources, including both mission-critical sources of record as well as “big data” sources of insight. Data technical debt impedes the ability of your organization to leverage information effectively for better decision making, increases operational costs, and impedes your ability to react to changes in your environment. The annual cost of bad data is in the trillions of dollars, this problem is real and it won't go away on its own.
Target Audience: Developers, Data Professionals, Managers, Architects
Prerequisites: Understanding of basic data terms
Data technical debt refers to quality challenges associated with legacy data sources, including both mission-critical sources of record as well as “big data” sources of insight. Data technical debt impedes the ability of your organization to leverage information effectively for better decision making, increases operational costs, and impedes your ability to react to changes in your environment. Bad data is estimated to cost the United States $3 trillion annually alone, yet few organizations have a realistic strategy in place to address data technical debt.
This presentation defines what data technical debt is and why it is often a greater issue than classic code-based technical debt. We describe the types of data technical debt, why each is important, and how to measure them. Most importantly, this presentation works through Disciplined Agile (DA) strategies for avoiding, removing, and accepting data technical debt. Data is the lifeblood of our organizations, we need to ensure that it is clean if we’re to remain healthy.
• Discover what data technical debt is
• Understand the complexities of data technical debt and why they’re difficult to address
• Learn technical and management strategies to address data technical debt
Scott Ambler is the Vice President, Chief Scientist of Disciplined Agile at Project Management Institute. Scott leads the evolution of the Disciplined Agile (DA) tool kit and is an international keynote speaker. Scott is the (co)-creator of the Disciplined Agile (DA) tool kit as well as the Agile Modeling (AM) and Agile Data (AD) methodologies.
Who drove your digital transformation? Your CEO? Or COVID-19? Across workplaces, markets and everyday habits, the pandemic transformed our world beyond our control. The way that we work, what we work on, even why we work were all transformed in ways that few organisational transformation programs ever achieved. Software played a key role in this transformation and, for better or for worse, it runs the world. We will explore the changes to the way we live that have moved from possibilities to realities and from opportunities to responsibilities.
Target Audience: Everyone interested in Digitalization
Who drove your digital transformation? Your CEO? CTO? Or COVID-19? Across workplaces, markets and everyday habits, the pandemic transformed our world beyond our control. But for the parts we were able to control, software and technology played key roles. The way that we work, what we work on and even why we work were all transformed in ways that few organisational transformation programs ever achieved.
For better or for worse, software runs the world, and with great power comes great responsibility. Software has always been at the forefront of communication and distributed working, from the invention of the email to the current internet landscape, from social media to making socially distanced work a practical reality. Of course, it's not all good and things have not always turned out the way technologists expected. In this session we will explore the changes to the way we live that have moved from possibilities to realities and from opportunities to responsibilities.
Michael Kircher verantwortet als Leitender Angestellter bei der DATEV eG die Themen Technologiestrategie, Software-Architektur, als auch die Software-Entwicklungsprozesse und -methoden. Von 2007 bis 2014 verantwortete er die technische Leitung der syngo Plattform der Siemens Healthcare. Seit über 30 Jahren ist er dem Software-Engineering verbunden: praktizierend, fordernd und fördernd.