Erez Tacher, CEO @ AgileSparks
Yael Rabinovich, Lead Coach & Partner @ AgileSparks
Full Cycle Developer – A Netflix Story
Senior Engineering Manager – Delivery Integrations @ Netflix
Over the last 5 years, Netflix has been pioneering a software development model based on full ownership of the end-to-end development cycle. This approach, known as the Full Cycle Developer model, has significantly changed the way Netflix engineering teams own and operate code. With a culture based on concepts like Freedom and Responsibility, and Context not Control, how did Netflix transform its approach to engineering and operations? This talk describes our journey.
How Agility & Technology excellence help us stand out as an R&D center in a large, global organization
AT&T VP, Israel General Manager @AT&T
The Certainty in Uncertainty
VP Cloud Platform @Outbrain
The DevOps transformation process is all about change, bringing uncentertinty. As managers it is up to us to provide our teams the right level of comfort, while taking them out of their comfort zone – sounds tricky? This talk is tips and tricks on how to develop the muscle of dealing with uncertainty.
Why Agile transformation is a NEVER ENDING STORY ? Isracard story
Head of Digital Department, IT Division @ Isracard
Notes and experiences from Isracard Agile transformation journey
Break To Tracks
Discover Weekly – How autonomy saved one of Spotify’s most loved features from being killed
ex-Spotify Agile coach, Consultant, Author of Kanban in Action
“I would have killed that if it was just me, 100%,” said Spotify founder and CEO Daniel Ek about Discover Weekly, a feature that would become one of Spotify’s most loved product features, almost a brand in itself. Designers and senior engineers were equally skeptical, but the team was still able to ship the feature. In this talk, you’ll learn how Spotify’s organizational culture of Agile management and autonomous teams enables innovation, using the Discover Weekly feature as an example.
Agile from theory to impact – a story of a team
Software development team leader
In this session I will take you through my own personal journey in OptimalPlus as a team leader. I will share my experience of how to transform a team of individuals to a fully collaborated team, how to reduce micromanagement from your superior and which tools can assist us to preform knowledge sharing and increase collaboration. I’m going to share how we increased engagement and made an impact as a team on the organization.
It takes a village: The foundations you need in your R&D and DevOps in order to succeed in building autonomous teams
Karin Moscovici, VP R&D @ Riskified
Erik Parienty, Head of DevOps @ Riskified
For Agile to be more than just a buzzword, we need to have the Agile supporting foundations in our R&D organization. Those are Cultural, Organizational, and Technical. In this talk, Karin will showcase their first-hand story on building autonomous agile teams (outside and inside the R&D) and what the basics needs from a company for doing it right are. We’ll better understand what a DevOps Culture is and how the DevOps team is enabling the Agile autonomous teams to work independently by developing new infrastructure projects.
Developing People, Not just Products: applying Agile principles to People Operations for speed and impact.
VP People Operations @ Augury
The same principles that guide building a sticky product that customers love, apply when building a company employees are engaged with and proud to be a part of. Join to learn: How do we utilize data in People Ops, What is team design and why you need it for building autonomous teams, why are we hiring in sprints, and how this all relates to Conyay’s law.
Liat Palace, Head of Agile and DevOps implementation, Amdocs
Ami Ganot, VP R&D, OM2 Technologies
Tomer Simon, National Technology Officer | Futurist | Thought Leadership | Innovation Evangelist, Microsoft Israel
Omer Meshar, Agile Coach in CyberArk
Scaling Agile across the Enterprise – Lessons learned from our own Micro Focus Transformation
SVP & General Manager, Application Delivery Management at Micro Focus
Remote Teams – Pairing and Mobbing
Yaki Koren @ AgileSparks
Agile Coach, Head of engineering practices
How I learned to love TDD and why should you: a journey to the most fundamental development technique
Remote PI Planning
Enterprise Agile & DevOps coach, lead coach @ AgileSparks
Breaking The Silos: Micro Communities for RnD Organizations
Frontend Guild Master @Outbrain
Growing teams and organizations are usually facing the same problems: lack of knowledge sharing and collaboration between teams, missing standardization, cross-organization infrastructure – any of these sound familiar? Well, good news, you’re not alone! In this talk, we’ll discuss the issues growing teams are facing, how to solve them, what are the challenges of creating micro-communities such as guilds, forums, and professional groups in your organization, and what it actually takes.
DevSecOps – Closing the Loop from Detection to Remediation
Shiri Arad Ivtsan
Senior Product Manager @ WhiteSource
DevSecOps sets out to relieve the costly and stressful delays that can occur when security testing is performed late in the game, by setting up processes and tools for “shifting left” so security testing can happen early and often. As organizations continue to embrace this DevSecOps approach, testing tools and practices are integrated even further left in the development pipeline. In this session, we will discuss: Where and how developers are implementing DevSecOps in the SDLC; Best practices for developers to adopt DevSecOps and more efficiently handle vulnerabilities; Necessary steps for implementing a process for detection, prioritization, and remediation of open source vulnerabilities.
Lead coach & Partner , (SPCT) SAFe Program Consultant Trainer @ AgileSparks
Everyone today is using the term Bussiness Agility, What is it, How is it different from Agile and how to implement it
Navigating the Data Ocean – Hypothesis driven product development
Director of Data Acquisition @PIPL
At Pipl we constantly have ideas on how to improve our products or create new ones. Turning these ideas into live features or products with high ROI is challenging due to the complexity of data projects. In order to overcome these challenges we recently adopted the hypothesis driven development approach. Why did we choose this approach? How did we implement it? How do we measure success, value to customers? This and more will be discussed in my talk.
Accelerating Value delivery through Value Streams
Lead coach , SPCT @ AgileSparks