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  1. Patterns Failed. Why? Should We Care? by Brian Marick – Deconstruct

    Original video: https://www.deconstructconf.com/2017/brian-marick-patterns-failed-why-should-we-care
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/ on Sun May 31 16:27:48 2020 Available for 30 days after download

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  2. FRI UNIZA: Meet Joe! J.B. Rainsberger: The Selfish Team Player

    14.11.2019 mal na Fakulte riadenia a informatiky UNIZA prednášku IT Guru J.B. Rainsberger známy svojimi príspevkami k agilnému vývoju, za ktorý získal najvyššie ocenenie od Agile Alliance (cenu Gordon Pask Award). Prednáška bola organizovaná v spolupráci s partnerom FRI UNIZA– spoločnosťou Siemens Healthineers.

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    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ypMeNwhHBA0
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  3. David West - The Past and Future of Domain-Driven Design

    Domain-Driven Design Europe 2017 http://dddeurope.com - https://twitter.com/ddd_eu

    The state-of-the-practice for software development in 1968 was ‘Domain-driven Design’. Then "Software Engineering" happened and we lost our way. Academia insisted on telling practitioners how they should do their jobs. Numerous practitioner led ‘revolts" — including Eric Evans’ DDD — attempted to escape the shackles of formalism and put us back on track; but with very limited success. This talk will discuss the specifics of what went wrong and provide concrete recommendations on how to make things right.

    BIOGRAPHY Dave West began his computing career as a Computer Operator / Programmer in 1968 — the same year that “Software Engineering” became a profession. He has participated in every movement and revolution in computing since then, including: structured development, databases- and data-driven development, object development, agile development, patterns, domain-driven design, and design thinking. He pursued simultaneous careers as a professional developer and academic. Today he provides mentoring, training, coaching, and consulting services to teams and organizations seeking transformative change.

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    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XH_awPS6hK4&feature=youtu.be
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  4. Dave Snowden: Rewilding Agile

    Snippets from Dave’s talk: -You must understand the difference between Correlation vs. Causation, in order to understand eco-systemic dynamicsCookie-cutting approaches don’t work. -Forced homogeneity does not work.Fallacy about SAFe and Spotify -Consultancies, are a part of revenue-generating schema, when it comes to installing large frameworks -When millions are spent on SAFe installations, nobody will admit of failures. People that make decisions about installing SAFe are long gone before responsibility for actions needs to be taken. People that think that it could work, ignore it for the most part and just do things that matter most -Ask Spotify, why NOT to use Spotify "model" -Beware of snake oil versioning of management: 1.0, 2.0, 3.0, 4.0, 5.0, etc -Forecasting of COVID impact on big consultancies -You dont scale a complex system, by aggregation or imitation but by decomposition and recombination

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    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=17&v=QrgaPDqet4c&feature=emb_logo
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  5. Cat Swetel - Smoothing flow with skills liquidity

    From Lean Agile Scotland 2018 leanagile.scot/2018

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    Original video: https://vimeo.com/299158189
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  6. The Beautiful Mess by John Cutler - Mind the Product

    Original video: https://www.mindtheproduct.com/the-beautiful-mess-by-john-cutler/
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  7. Dealing with unanticipated needs – Dave Snowden

    Founder and chief scientific officer of Cognitive Edge. His work is international in nature and covers government and industry looking at complex issues relating to strategy, organisational decision making and decision making. He has pioneered a science based approach to organisations drawing on anthropology, neuroscience and complex adaptive systems theory. He is a popular and passionate keynote speaker on a range of subjects, and is well known for his pragmatic cynicism and iconoclastic style.

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    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xYqWREPb3Lc
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  8. AgileByExample 2017: prof. Dave Snowden - Cynefin in practice

    Using Cynefin for operational management and strategic alignment

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    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HVx_jIBqumc
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  9. AgileByExample 2019: Piotr Majkowski - Spotify’s trans. from Chapter Leads into Engineering Managers

    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8BOI2k0Wmfs


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  10. Some Underrated Elements of Success for the Modern Programmer - J. B. Rainsberger - KanDDDinsky 2018

    Every few years, some prominent programmer writes a book containing all their best ideas: the ones that they believe helped them become the successful people that they believe that they have become. Allow me to continue this tradition by sharing a handful of ideas, techniques, or books that, it seems, have helped me get where I am today. This could be useful to you if, for some reason, you think you’d like to be where I am. (And perhaps even if you have the good sense not to want that.)

    Since a talk like this could last several hours and a book like this could run for hundreds of pages (have you seen my first book?), I will try to talk only about things that have had the greatest impact on me and I will do my best to distill them down to the essential parts. I welcome questions, objections, and suggestions for alternatives! (I don’t have all the answers, even though one might expect someone on stage to fool themselves into believing that they do.)

    Also, let’s remember that programmers live most of their life outside their code. I will include not only some ideas about programming and software design, but also a few key ideas that have helped me reduce or avoid stress at work. We probably won’t see actual code, but we’ll draw some lines and boxes, and as any modern software architect will tell …

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    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mbcV_Qdb7Ts
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