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KeyDi1
KEYNOTE: What’s Past is Prologue: a Story of Event-Driven Architecture
KEYNOTE: What’s Past is Prologue: a Story of Event-Driven Architecture

The growth of Kafka inside an organization sometimes follows the development of the broader Kafka ecosystem over its lifetime. The initial use case may be something conceptually simple, like mainframe offload or point-to-point integration, evoking the simple Large Pipe architectures of Kafka’s infancy. Then those newly populated streams of events present themselves as fertile grounds for real-time analytics, as stream processing applications grow up around them to perform analysis event-by-event, leaving behind legacy ETL processes and their long batch times. Finally, a rich set of event streams gradually comes to describe more and more of the evolving state of the business, forming the substrate on which an ecosystem of event-driven microservices can thrive.This growth in architectural sophistication of an organization’s Kafka usage mirrors the development of those same concepts in the Kafka community over the past decade. In many cases, the process can be played forward at an accelerated rate as leaders draw on lessons learned and concepts developed by the community. This talk traces this development, ending with a comprehensive vision of an event-driven architecture suitable for the next generation of information technology deployments. You’ll leave knowing where you need to go and how this new architectural paradigm will help you get there.

Tim is a teacher, author, and technology leader with Confluent, where he serves as the Senior Director of Developer Experience. He can frequently be found at speaking at conferences in the United States and all over the world. He is the co-presenter of various O’Reilly training videos on topics ranging from Git to Distributed Systems, and is the author of Gradle Beyond the Basics. He tweets as @tlberglund, blogs very occasionally at http://timberglund.com, and lives in Littleton, CO, USA with the wife of his youth and their youngest child, the other two having mostly grown up.
Tim Berglund
Tim Berglund
Track: Keynote
Vortrag: KeyDi1
15:00 - 15:45
KeyDi2
KEYNOTE: How to Talk to the Elephant
KEYNOTE: How to Talk to the Elephant

In speaking about better ways of thinking and problem-solving, Linda has introduced Jonathan Haidt's model for the brain. He proposes that the rational, conscious mind is like the rider of an elephant (the emotional, unconscious mind) who directs the animal to follow a path. In Fearless Change, the pattern Easier Path recommends making life easier to encourage reluctant individuals to adopt a new idea. Linda suggests that in conversations with others who see the world differently, we "talk to the elephant" instead of the "rider." That is, don't use logic or facts, but appeal to the emotional brain of the resistor as well as making the path more attractive. There is always the question: What's the best way to talk to the elephant? This presentation will provide some answers. Listeners will learn the best elephant-speak based on the latest research in cognitive neuroscience and also hear suggestions for providing an Easier Path.

Linda Rising is an independent consultant who lives near Nashville, Tennessee. Linda has a Ph.D. from Arizona State University in object-based design metrics. Her background includes university teaching as well as work in telecommunications, avionics, and tactical weapons systems. She is an internationally known presenter on topics related to agile development, patterns, retrospectives, the change process, and the connection between the latest neuroscience and software development. Linda is the author of numerous articles and five books. Her web site is: lindarising.org
Linda Rising
Linda Rising
Track: Keynote
Vortrag: KeyDi2
12:00 - 12:45
KeyMi1
KEYNOTE: Betting the Future of AI with Live Innovation Hacking Tour at TNG Labs
KEYNOTE: Betting the Future of AI with Live Innovation Hacking Tour at TNG Labs

For this keynote, Intel Software and TNG Technology Consulting go on a journey to some amazing innovations in Artificial Intelligence. Starting with the concept of Intel® oneAPI and introducing software development tools enabling a multi-architecture future, the keynote will travel in real-time to the AI Labs of TNG in Munich where Thomas Endres, Martin Förtsch and Jonas Mayer will take the audience on an exciting Live Innovation Hacking Tour showcasing the latest capabilities of AI at the edge.

ist Business Development Manager für die Intel Software & Services Group, verantwortlich für die Region Zentral- und Süd-Europa sowie Mittleren Osten und Afrika. Er berät Software- und Industrie- Unternehmen zu den Themen Softwareentwicklung, Optimierung, Parallele Programmierung, Werkzeuge und Methoden. Er hat über 10 Jahre internationale Erfahrung in der IT Industrie in Firmen wie Intel, Tech Mahindra aus Indien, Business Objects und Compaq Computer.
Thomas Endres arbeitet in der Rolle eines Partners als IT-Consultant für TNG Technology Consulting GmbH. Er beschäftigt sich intensiv im Bereich der AI, IoT und AR/VR. Er ist Oracle JavaOne Rockstar, Intel Black Belt und Intel Software Innovator.
Martin Förtsch ist ein Informatiker und IT-Berater der TNG Technology Consulting GmbH. Er hält Vorträge u.a. zu Themen wie Künstliche Intelligenz und Internet der Dinge und ist ein JavaOne Rockstar.
Jonas Mayer arbeitet im Innovation Hacking Team der TNG Technology Consulting GmbH und beschäftigt sich dort mit der Entwicklung innovativer Showcases und Prototypen in Soft- und Hardware. So arbeitete er u.a. an Projekten, wie zum Beispiel Deepfakes, Mixed Reality KI-Kunstwerken und autonom fliegenden Minidrohnen. Jonas studierte Informatik: Games Engineering an der TU München.
Ralph de Wargny, Thomas Endres, Martin Förtsch, Jonas Mayer
Ralph de Wargny, Thomas Endres, Martin Förtsch, Jonas Mayer
Track: Keynote
Vortrag: KeyMi1
15:45 - 16:30
KeyMi2
KEYNOTE: Software Architecture: The Past, The Present, and the Future
KEYNOTE: Software Architecture: The Past, The Present, and the Future

Over the history of software systems, the way we build such artifacts, the way we design them, the way we express them have evolved in seemingly disruptive ways. Even today, the pendulum swings between low ceremony agile methods to more rigid waterfall-ish ones; from big balls of mud to microservices and then back to big balls of microservices. In this talk, we'll examine the past, the present, and the future of software architecture: the role it plays in software systems, and the timeless fundamentals that remain across the fullness of time.

Grady Booch is Chief Scientist for Software Engineering at IBM Research where he leads IBM’s research and development for embodied cognition. Having originated the term and the practice of object-oriented design, he is best known for his work in advancing the fields of software engineering and software architecture. A co-author of the Unified Modeling Language (UML), a founding member of the Agile Alliance, and a founding member of the Hillside Group, Grady has published six books and several hundred technical articles, including an ongoing column for IEEE Software. Grady was also a trustee for the Computer History Museum. He is an IBM Fellow, an ACM and IEEE Fellow, has been awarded the Lovelace Medal and has given the Turing Lecture for the BCS, and was recently named an IEEE Computer Pioneer. He is currently developing a major trans-media documentary for public broadcast on the intersection of computing and the human experience.

Grady Booch
Grady Booch
Track: Keynote
Vortrag: KeyMi2
Track: Keynote
Vortrag: KeyMi2
12:00 - 12:45
KeyDo1
KEYNOTE: Fake-Agile — Oder, mit 200 km/h gegen die Wand
KEYNOTE: Fake-Agile — Oder, mit 200 km/h gegen die Wand

Ein Unternehmen, das sich nach außen hin agil gibt, aber selbst nicht die Motivation und Vision dahinter verinnerlicht, praktiziert »Fake-Agile«. Und fährt die eigene Transition mit Vollgas gegen die Wand! Das gilt insbesondere, wenn es bei der ersten Herausforderung in alte Verhaltensmuster zurückfällt. Thomas Juli und Christian Schneiker gehen anhand eigener Erfahrungen und Beobachtungen auf Ursachen und Folgen von Fake-Agile ein und zeigen auf, was es bedarf, Agilität richtig zu begreifen und ihr volles Potenzial zu entfalten.

Extended Abstract:

Ein Unternehmen, das sich nach außen hin agil gibt und Agilität predigt, selbst aber nicht die Motivation und Vision dahinter verinnerlicht hat, dessen Teams nach Scrum oder Kanban arbeiten, in Wirklichkeit aber nur Post-Its kleben, praktiziert eine Form von »Fake-Agile«. Und fährt die eigene Transition dadurch mit Vollgas gegen die Wand! Dies gilt insbesondere dann, wenn es bei der ersten Herausforderung, die ein Wandel nun einmal mit sich bringt, in alte Verhaltensmuster zurückfällt. Fake-Agile ist Ausdruck von Angst vor Veränderungen, zeugt von Realitätsfremdheit und zeigt einen Mangel an Mut und Commitment, die Zukunft gemeinsam aktiv zu gestalten.

Thomas Juli und Christian Schneiker behaupten, dass Fake-Agile verbreiteter ist als viele denken. Anhand eigener Erfahrungen und Beobachtungen gehen sie auf Ursachen und Folgen von Fake-Agile ein und zeigen auf, was es bedarf, Agilität richtig zu begreifen und ihr volles Potenzial zu entfalten.

Dr. Thomas Juli ist Human Business Architect und Agile Transformation Coach bei der Allianz Deutschland AG und Gründer und Kurator von Motivate2B. Sein neuestes Buch „Human Business. Leben und Arbeiten im digitalen Zeitalter” erschien im November 2020 im Haufe Verlag. Seine Vision ist es beizutragen, dass Human Business bis 2030 als das neue globale Normal etabliert ist.
Christian Schneiker ist Senior Agile Coach bei Cegeka Deutschland und studierte Informatik an der Universität Würzburg. In seiner Arbeit als Coach unterstützt er seit mehr als zwölf Jahren Menschen dabei, agile Werte und ein gemeinsames Miteinander zu etablieren und hilft Unternehmen, nachhaltige agile Transitionen durchzuführen.
Thomas Juli, Christian Schneiker
Thomas Juli, Christian Schneiker
Track: Keynote
Vortrag: KeyDo1
15:45 - 16:30
KeyDo2
KEYNOTE: A Sustainable Internet. Missing Pieces to a Healthy Future
KEYNOTE: A Sustainable Internet. Missing Pieces to a Healthy Future

Sustainability is often defined as the interconnection of: social connection, economic wellbeing, and a healthy environment. The recent corona pandemic has yet again highlighted the potential as well as the necessity of a fundamental technology: the internet. However, to be sustainable, the internet also needs to assess, mitigate, and live up to its responsibilities for a healthy environment – an element of the equation that is too often neglected. What is the internet’s environmental impact and what would it take for it to be sustainable?

Extended Abstract:
Sustainability is often defined as the interconnection of three elements: social connection, economic wellbeing, and a healthy environment. The recent corona pandemic has yet again highlighted the potential as well as the necessity of a fundamental technology: the internet. The internet has become the lifeline for social connection in times of physical distancing. It is also the primary means by which to still conduct business for those of us that are not on the essential frontlines, in terms of working remotely, providing online services, and monetization, hence being a critical vehicle to safeguard some economic wellbeing. However, to be sustainable, the internet also needs to assess, mitigate, and live up to its responsibilities for a healthy environment – an element of the equation that is too often neglected. What is the internet’s environmental impact and what would it take for it to be sustainable?

Cathleen Berger is a political scientist by training. She has built her career on combining her expertise and training with her curiosity for technological developments, notably with a view to cultural differences in a globalised, networked world. As of March 2020, Cathleen became Mozilla’s first Sustainability Steward, leading the organisation’s journey towards environmental sustainability. Prior to that, Cathleen headed up Mozilla’s work on Global Governance, developed policy strategy for the Office of the Chair, and identified emerging trends around technologies and their impact on society.
Cathleen Berger
Cathleen Berger
Track: Keynote
Vortrag: KeyDo2

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