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'Engineering' for Software - How to Amplify Creativity with Dave Farley

Date: November 8
Time: 6:00pm - 8.00pm
Location: Jyske Bank Office - Klampenborgvej 205, 2800, Kgs. Lyngby


6:00pm - Doors open
6:05pm - Welcome by GOTO and Jyske Bank
6:10pm - Food and drinks
6:30pm - Talk by Dave Farley
7:15pm - Q&A
7:30pm - Networking
8:00pm - Thank you for joining us for this GOTO Night


This presentation from award-winning continuous delivery author explores two "tools" that we can use to give a real practical advantage in our work, testability and speed.

In most disciplines "engineering" means the stuff that works, an application of scientific reasoning to solving practical problems. In software, depending on your background, it either means something bureaucratic that doesn't work, or it is just another name for software development.

So what are the ideas that we can use as tools to give real, practical advantage in our work in the way that other disciplines achieve? What ideas should we treat as "the tools of our trade" whatever the technology or problem before us?

About the speaker

Dave Farley is a thought leader in the field of continuous delivery, DevOps and software development in general. His sessions share pure wisdom of continuous delivery from a long life in software development.

Dave has way over 400k views on the GOTO YouTube channel.

He is a co-author of the Jolt-award-winning book 'Continuous Delivery' and soon to be released 'Modern Software Engineering', one of the authors of 'Reactive Manifesto', an independent software developer and consultant, and founder and director of Continuous Delivery Ltd.

He was also an early adopter of agile development techniques, employing iterative development, continuous integration and significant levels of automated testing on commercial projects from the early 1990s.


November 8, 18:00

Jyske Bank Office - Klampenborgvej 205, 2800, Kgs. Lyngby


Portrait of Dave Farley

Dave Farley

Author of the best-selling books “Continuous Delivery” and “Modern Software Engineering” and over 6 million views on his YouTube channel.

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