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- DevOps – The Balance between Dev and Ops
- Full Day Tutorial
- Half Day Tutorial
- Product Development in Balance
- SUSTAIN_ability – Responsible Steps into the Future
- Signature Track: Finding the Right Balance
- Social Integration
- Software Architecture Success Stories
- Software Architecture: New Approaches & Fundamentals
- Testing & Quality
- The State of Modern Web Development
- Trends & Techniques
- Use Domain-Driven Design Now!
Learn key patterns, practices, tools, and techniques which lead to successful cloud adoption. Lynn's work with research teams around genomic-scale data pipelines for human health will be highlighted in this keynote.
Independent Cloud Architect and Developer, Lynn is also the author of 35 cloud courses on Linked In Learning. She publishes GitHub (code) and Substack (articles).
Since the dawn of software development, programmers have been perpetually occupied with migrating our "legacy" code to "the new platform". As soon as we finish, it is obsolete, and we need to start over. Today we are typically in the midst of moving to the cloud. We need DevOps, microservices, new frontend frameworks ... there is always some new tool that promises to deliver much better value than our existing solutions. Millions - even billions - are spent on these initiatives. Are they worth it? For whom?
In this presentation we will go through various strategies and their tradeoffs. How can we work with our code bases, staff and users to maximise the actual value delivered? The answer will depend on many things. Be conscious of what exactly you are aiming to achieve.
Christin Gorman has more than 20 years experience with hands-on software development. She is currently working on a large migration project in the Norwegian healthcare sector. She has worked for both startups and large enterprises, on systems varying from real-time control systems to e-commerce. What is important in one field is not necessarily important in others. Both in writing and in presentations, she is known for her entertaining way of raising questions about established truths, and making people think about why they are working the way they do.
Sometimes controversial, but never boring.