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SkillsCast

Bringing Sanity to Agility: Life Preservation for Agile Software

29th April 2014 in Dublin at Paddy Power

This SkillsCast was filmed at Bringing Sanity to Agility: Life Preservation for Agile Software

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Russ will talk about his experiences within teams as they attempt to embrace change and find, to their dismay, that their software itself can’t keep up.

Diving through technical solutions and patterns, Russ will show you how to avoid building software that can’t keep up with the pace of change that was always the promise of agility.

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Bringing Sanity to Agility: Life Preservation for Agile Software

Russ Miles

Russ Miles is CEO of ChaosIQ.io, makers of the Chaos Toolkit that is a free open source toolkit for getting started with Chaos Engineering. He is author of Antifragile Software: Building Adaptable Software with Microservices and Head First Software Development, and provides a mix of engaging conceptual theory and practical exercises as an international speaker on techniques for helping software adapt to the ever-present force of change.

SkillsCast

This session was not filmed.

Russ will talk about his experiences within teams as they attempt to embrace change and find, to their dismay, that their software itself can’t keep up.

Diving through technical solutions and patterns, Russ will show you how to avoid building software that can’t keep up with the pace of change that was always the promise of agility.

YOU MAY ALSO LIKE:

Thanks to our sponsors

About the Speaker

Bringing Sanity to Agility: Life Preservation for Agile Software

Russ Miles

Russ Miles is CEO of ChaosIQ.io, makers of the Chaos Toolkit that is a free open source toolkit for getting started with Chaos Engineering. He is author of Antifragile Software: Building Adaptable Software with Microservices and Head First Software Development, and provides a mix of engaging conceptual theory and practical exercises as an international speaker on techniques for helping software adapt to the ever-present force of change.