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Thursday, August 10
 

10:45am

Lightning Talks

Abstract:
The purpose of the Lightning Talk Track is to provide a lightweight, flexible opportunity for speakers to share valuable information with participants. Presentations are short with one of the following formats:
3 minute Lightning Talk (no slides)
5 minute Lightning Talk (slides)
7 minute Pecha Kucha style presentation
The themes of lightning talks will follow the themes of the conference. e.g. People, Process at Scale, and Technology. Each session will contain approximately 10 presentations around one of these theme areas. This provides an opportunity for rapid and diverse learning on a variety of topics.
Currently Planned talks include:
  • Ewan O'Leary - Teaching Your Organization How to Use Coaches More Effectively
  • Chris Murman - Your Brain Wants You To Fail (And Other Reasons Why Change Is Hard)
  • Logan Daigle - The Farmer, His Tractor, and Olive Garden - A DevOps Story
  • Meg Ward - Everything I know about Agile Management I learned from Roller Derby
  • Ravi Tadwalkar - GetKanban Preamble: How did TPS House influence me to become better coach and teammate?
  • Saya Sone - Overworked and Overwhelmed- What Can You Do About it? 
  • Joanna Vahlsing - Gender's Impact on the Ability for Agile Teams to have Meaningful Feedback Loops
  • Beth Hatter - "Who am I now? - Exploring Myths and Realities of Managers Working with Agile Teams
  • Thomas Perry - Slowing Down

Thursday August 10, 2017 10:45am - 12:00pm
Wekiwa 3&4

2:00pm

Lightning Talks

Abstract:
The purpose of the Lightning Talk Track is to provide a lightweight, flexible opportunity for speakers to share valuable information with participants. Presentations are short with one of the following formats:
3 minute Lightning Talk (no slides)
5 minute Lightning Talk (slides)
7 minute Pecha Kucha style presentation
The themes of lightning talks will follow the themes of the conference. e.g. People, Process at Scale, and Technology. Each session will contain approximately 10 presentations around one of these theme areas. This provides an opportunity for rapid and diverse learning on a variety of topics.
Currently Planned talks include:
  • Dhaval Panchal - Why Estimates make me frown :(
  • David Horowitz - Retrospectives: From Complaining to Actionable Learning
  • Rob Keefer - Embrace Your Complexity and No One Else's
  • Abhay Bhargav - Agile Threat Modeling in 7 minutes or less
  • Rene Bostic - How Agile Developers May Realize New Opportunities for Innovation with Blockchain 


Thursday August 10, 2017 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Wekiwa 3&4

3:45pm

Lightning Talks

Abstract:
The purpose of the Lightning Talk Track is to provide a lightweight, flexible opportunity for speakers to share valuable information with participants. Presentations are short with one of the following formats:
3 minute Lightning Talk (no slides)
5 minute Lightning Talk (slides)
7 minute Pecha Kucha style presentation
The themes of lightning talks will follow the themes of the conference. e.g. People, Process at Scale, and Technology. Each session will contain approximately 10 presentations around one of these theme areas. This provides an opportunity for rapid and diverse learning on a variety of topics.
Currently Planned talks include:
  • Gene Gotimer - Creative Solutions to Already Solved Problems
  • Seth Ballard - Supporting Your Team's Continuous Integration Process As A Scrum Master
  • Mark Wavle - You're Asking the Wrong Questions! Getting Essential Feedback
  • Alex Basa - Creating a culture of psychological safety

Thursday August 10, 2017 3:45pm - 5:00pm
Wekiwa 3&4