11:20am–12:00pm Wednesday, 10/14/2015
How do you choose the technology to run your business? You should use the best tools for the job, of course. But the precise definitions of the words "best" and "job" are tricky. This talk gives these terms shape, and introduces a framework for thinking about new technology rigorously, holistically, and systematically.
4:35pm–5:15pm Tuesday, 10/13/2015
Despite being comfortable working with distributed systems, the idea of a remote, distributed team seems to make some companies uneasy. This talk aims to change that, by examining the advantages of remote teams for both companies and employees, as well as discussing remote-friendly DevOps strategies.
9:00am–5:00pm Monday, 10/12/2015
In this one-day introductory training, you will identify actionable strategies and tools that can be used to leverage DevOps to implement noticeable, long-lasting improvements to your culture and development processes in your environment, regardless of your level and role.
1:15pm–1:55pm Tuesday, 10/13/2015
The greatest asset of open source software is the ability to fork and improve. When it comes to tech culture, are we accepting all pull requests? Can we be better? If so, how? To the science!
9:35am–9:55am Wednesday, 10/14/2015
Simply being able to ship software faster doesn’t actually mean we’re building better products. In this talk, Jeff will cover how our increasingly continuous capabilities are leading to an increasingly continuous *culture*.
11:00am–12:30pm Monday, 10/12/2015
How can your organization scale management without sacrificing the culture you have worked hard to build? Grow your own managers! This talk will focus on the steps Etsy has taken to overcome the pitfalls that lie in the path of transitioning from individual contributor to manager, and how to encourage those who want to become managers for the right reasons.
3:40pm–4:20pm Tuesday, 10/13/2015
Service level agreements are the bedrock upon which many relationships in our industry are based. But are they serving us well? In this talk, we'll deconstruct SLAs, examine how they incentivize precisely the opposite behaviors we actually want while operating complex socio-technical systems, and explore what might replace this ubiquitous clause of every business contract.