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DevOps Hidden Ally - UX

Stephen Fishman (MuleSoft)
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  • Humanist Basis For DevOps and UX – explaining how both UX and DevOps movements spring from a qualitative desire to respect individuals both in and out of an enterprise
  • Leveraging the Commonality – explore ways that we the DevOps community leverage the common ethos to accelerate the adoption rate in enterprises (and possibly begin to heal the rift between design/UX and IT
  • Learning from UX mistakes & successes – examine constraints (e.g., perceived pretentiousness, artificial barriers to entry, etc) that held back UX adoption in corporate america and look at modern UX methods (e.g., focus in inclusion, teaching, first-hand visceral research) that increase adoption
  • Q&A
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Stephen Fishman


Stephen Fishman has been working with enterprises both as an employee and a consultant for more than 20 years. Stephen has studied with and practiced alongside many industry leading technologists, business strategists and user experience professionals. Stephen is currently Director of Consumer Platforms for, writes a weekly column on and is working with his editor to complete his first book on helping IT professionals to learn how to create large change in medium to large enterprises.

Specialties: Program director, innovation and change evangelist, platform management, writer, software architect, information architect, site developer, creative concept generation, product management, development team lead, project management, jad facilitation, user research, usability assessments, gathering needs assessments, high level technical designs, generating technical and business specifications, designing work-plans, resource allocation and direction, quality assurance, estimation