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Agile DevOps West Building the Blocks of Trust in Automation[presentation]
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When moving toward automation, establishing trust in the automation test suite is important to unite the team as a whole.

Sneha Viswalingam
Agile DevOps West Lean Leadership and Systems Thinking in Agile Adoptions[presentation]
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When teams self-organize, they need an effective ecosystem that enables them to collaborate, communicate, and work effectively. Creating such an ecosystem is management’s responsibility.

Al Shalloway
Agile DevOps West ScrumMasters: The Struggle Is Real[presentation]
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Are you a new ScrumMaster who is trying to figure out what the heck to do each day?

Courtney Wilkinson
Agile DevOps West Reality-Driven Testing in Agile Projects[presentation]
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Many agile teams rework previously deployed stories, even after plenty of in-sprint testing.

Robert Sabourin
Agile DevOps West People Operations in a Teal Organization: Tools and Techniques from a Real Journey[presentation]
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The Lithespeed team first read Frederic Laloux's "Reinventing Organizations” in 2015.

Amanda Geary
Agile DevOps West Pyramid Discussion: DevOps Adoption in Large, Slow Organizations[presentation]
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Are you in a large, plodding enterprise that's beginning, in the midst of, or considering a move toward DevOps? Unsure how or even if it will work, but know you have to make a move anyway?

Gene Gotimer
Agile DevOps West What Japanese Shinkansen Trains Can Teach Us about Agile[presentation]
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Have you ever been to Japan and noticed that their railway system is incredibly efficient?

Matthew Weinstock
Agile DevOps West Intro to Design Thinking: Experience Human-Centered Design in Action[presentation]
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Are you curious about design thinking? Hungry to experience it for yourself? Don’t just watch from the sidelines—come give it a try!

Catherine Louis
Agile DevOps West Brainwriting: The Team Hack to Generating Better Ideas[presentation]
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Brainstorming has long been held as the best way to get ideas from teams. The purpose is to solicit large amounts of ideas in a short timeframe.

Chris Murman
Agile DevOps West Making the Jump from DevOps to DevSecOps[presentation]
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Organizations are moving to DevOps to build and deploy software more rapidly.

Alan Crouch
Agile DevOps West A DevOps Fireside Chat with Nathen Harvey[presentation]
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You've got DevOps questions, and we've got Nathen Harvey to answer them for you. He won't really be sitting by the fire, but he will be on hand to talk about all things DevOps.

Nathen Harvey
Agile DevOps West You Can't Have DevOps if Fear Is Running Your Workplace[presentation]
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A number of organizations today start their DevOps initiatives with automation. While it may help them grab the low-hanging fruit, it can only get them so far before they run into a big impediment: fear in the workplace.

Dana Pylayeva
Agile DevOps West Distributed Scrum Teams Whack-a-Mole:
 Creative Solutions to 
Common Obstacles[presentation]
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Taking a newly formed distributed Scrum team from mediocre to high-performing has its share of challenges, including differences in language, culture, and time zones; a misunderstanding of Scrum; and the "us versus them" mentality.

Kimberly Andrikaitis
Agile DevOps West Hacks to Becoming a Mindful Agile Tester[presentation]
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Have you ever felt like you've been working on multiple tasks all day long, but at the end of the day when you review your work, you realize you haven’t accomplished anything concrete?

Raj Subramanian
Agile DevOps West Fishbowl Discussion: How Much Automation Is Enough?[presentation]
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These days, everyone knows some automation is a necessity. More usually feels better. But when are you done? Or when do you stop for now?

Ryan Ripley

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