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Missed the live action from our virtual events, you can watch recordings of all the proceedings on-demand here.

On Being an Effective Developer

Raju Gandhi

As developers we not only operate in different contexts, but also often have these different contexts interplay as part of our work. Each of the tools that we use — version control systems like Git (along with collaborative tools like Github/Gitlab), IDE's like Ecli...

Effecting Change—The Art Of Leading Teams

Venkat Subramaniam

As leaders we want our teams to pursue great ideas and change directions to realize the goals. However, often we find it hard to implement changes. At times there seems to be resistance or at least reluctance to change. Why can't the team see the benefits of where we...

The Dao of Tech Leadership

Kate Wardin

Effectively managing humans requires a certain level of self-awareness. Therefore, understanding your WHY and what drives you is vitally important to lead and influence people in tech. In this session, Kate Wardin will lead participants through a few powerf...

Identifying And Removing Impediments

Venkat Subramaniam

Executing a software project has many challenges. For a team to function smoothly and deliver working solution we have to constantly look for impediments and find ways to resolve them. In this presentation we will discuss how to proactively engage the team ...

How Non-violent Communication Can Help Keep the Peace on your Team

Casie Siekman

Non-violent communication will help you communicate with your coworkers in a manner that enables productivity and helps you understand how their unmet needs might lead to negative interactions. Successful communication is a huge part of a project’s success ...

Eliminating Hero Culture on our Engineering Teams

Brianna McCullough

Hero Culture can be found within any company dominated by employees that are constantly rewarded for going the extra mile, or in other words, dominated by “midnight developers”. The main problem with hero culture is the fact that it promotes overworking and...

Systems Thinking

Raju Gandhi

Albert Einstein once said — “We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.” As developers, architects, managers, tech-leads, our job entails solving big problems. However, our systems are composed of parts, and it is the ...

Do You Know Da Wae

Ken Sipe

We build development teams based on individual ability to write code but development of a software project of any significance is beyond a single persons effort with a very particular set of skills. It requires a team of members with a number array of skills. It requ...

Using Software, AI, DS to Source Growth Opportunities

Thomas Thurston

Growing up in Honduras, Bolivia, India, Nepal and Indonesia, Thomas believes innovation decision making is one of the most far-reaching and poorly understood determinants of social wellbeing. He also believes data science is critical to better innovation decisions wo...

Dealing with Noobs: How to Work with Non-Technical People

Tim Bornholdt

The secret to being the hero of your story? Helping others be the hero of theirs. Take a business problem you need to solve: for example, adding a new form of payment into an app. Everyone involved with the project is going to worry about something different....

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