• DevOps Forum ‒ October, 3rd

  • 08:30

    Doors Opening

    Reception and registering of participants

  • 09:00
    Gabriel Coimbra

    Welcome

    Welcome note by Hugo Lourenço, chairman of the SCRUMDAY Portugal Council

  • 09:05

    Opening Note

    Her Excellency Dra Anabela Caetano Pedroso, Portuguese Justice Secretary of State

  • 09:15

    Partner Presentation

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  • 09:40

    S.R.E. - Bringing Reliability, Automation and Scalability to the People

    SRE stands for Site Reliability Engineering. A word crafted by Google in 2003 when Ben Treynor was hired to lead a team of seven software engineers to run a production environment. Managing such large systems with sizes never seen and still merging new features seamlessly was an huge challenge.

    In this session we are going to give examples and inspire change for individuals and companies that are under pressure of repetitive work or seeking innovation in the engineering field. Create incident response automation, self-healing, bring feedback in and break down silos that are impediments to an healthy growth and experimentation.

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  • 10:10

    You Can’t Spell DevOps without Dev

    It is not uncommon to hear organizations say that their customers don’t want new versions of their applications more frequently that once or twice a year. This usually means that sometime in the past the customer was shipped an update that was broken; one that had less value than the previous.

    We don’t have to ship defects to our customers very many times before they become distrustful of our new releases.

    Current market forces are pushing us to release more frequently. This imperative has led to the creation of new ways of working, such as Agile Software Development and DevOps.

    To have the confidence to deploy our applications weekly, daily, hourly, we must know that we are building features our customers want, that those features work, and that we didn’t break anything else. In this talk, one of the pioneers of Extreme Programming, will discuss the technical practices required to regularly deliver new functionality that our customers want and nothing that breaks features they are relying on.

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  • 10:40

    Coffee Break, Networking & Exhibition Hall Visit

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  • 10:55

    Partner Presentation

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  • 11:20

    Hypothesis Driven Development In Practice

    Hey, psst!? Are you Continuously Deploying yet? You know everybody is doing it, right?

    Why?

    Some to go faster. Some to increase quality. Some because, let’s face it, it’s a really cool buzzword.

    In this talk, I’ll go through some examples, showing how to build up a system that allows you to start with HDD right now. And how to structure your process around that along the way.

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  • 11:50
    Bryan Beechan

    Heroku in Python

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  • 12:10
    Bryan Beechan

    HumanRefactoring - Innovation starts with the individual (Dojo)

    Driving innovation start with individual change. Through HumanRefactoring we can improve ourselves, we can increase our focus, energy and creativity that we bring to our teams. Individual growth is the corner stone of team improvement.

    We will examine our physical and psychological environment and how we interact with others. Finally we will look at how to build a refactoring plan for the near future to start on a path of individual growth and continuous improvement.

  • 13:00

    Debriefing & Closing

    SCRUMDAY PORTUGAL® 2017 Lisbon Edition, DevOps Forum closing by Hugo Lourenço

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  • IDC Workshops ‒ October, 3rd

  • 08:30 - 13:00
    Stuart Young

    Product Discovery

    By fusing both Design Thinking and Agile Methodologies this workshop has been specially crafted to put customer needs and real life problems at the heart of product/ feature generation.

    Learners will participate in hands-on action orientated exercises that will demonstrate a simple and effective flow from Product Discovery to Product Development.

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  • 08:30 - 13:00
    Thomas Friend

    Scrum to the Stars: Cubesat Project

    In this class you will learn how Scrum can be applied to the design and construction of products.

    Scrum has been used for over 2 decades in software development with an impressive increase in productivity. Many companies looking for a boost in productivity have applied agile principles and practices to building physical products like airplanes, tractors, and cars. In this class you will be introduced to how Agile works in product development.

    This class is different because we will be demonstrating agile in hardware with a simulation exercise. This simulation is building a CubeSat and planning the operation support using Scrum all while constantly adapting to a set of changing requirements. We will take your team from mission concept through planning, build, blastoff, and beyond.

    In this 1/2 day class, you will learn to apply the scrum framework to hardware product development. From defining what it is and how it works, you will also participate in exercises designed to help your team experience how Scrum, and other agile practices are applied to building physical products.

    Bring you team, friends, family, neighbors, who ever is important to you and start creating a common sense of collaboration and communication to take you to the stars.

    A class from other world ...

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  • 8:30 - 13:00
    Jason Little

    Lean Change Managment: Innovative Practices For Managing Organizational Change

    This workshop will help you find tools to help you change yourself or your organization to change. Examples of how innovative practices can dramatically improve the success of change programs.

    These practices combine ideas from the Agile, Lean Startup, change management, organizational development, and psychology communities. This workshop will change how you think about change before you even want to change others!

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  • 8:30 - 13:00

    Get off the Hamster Wheel: Get Started with Personal Agility

    Personal Agility is a new Agile framework to help you organize your time, tasks, life and projects. The goal is to do more that matters, and you get to decide what matters!

    After this workshop, you will be able to manage your week for maximum impact, both at work and at home, distinguish between urgent and important tasks, and make the necessary time available for both and a lot more.

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  • 14:00 - 18:30
    Maria Matarelli

    Agile Marketing

    What If You Could Increase Sales By More Than 300% Or Increase Speed To Launch New Campaigns By 80%?

    Agile Marketing is the cutting edge new approach to marketing rooted in a methodology with 25 years of industry success backed by international accreditation. Marketing tactics change everyday and we’ve created a new approach to keep up.

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  • 14:00 - 18:30
    Brian Rivera

    High Performance Teaming

    High-Performing Teaming (HPT), a crew concept approach, provides the known, stable interfaces (KSIs) teams need to build organizational resiliency and agility.

    High-Performing Teaming by AGLX contains the learnable interfaces (human factors) needed to build teams or crews in any socio-technical system, an agility mindset, and a sensemaking approach from high-reliability organizing. HPT delivers the teaming competencies of collaboration and innovation that address safety, employee engagement, and customer delight.

    SenseMaker® helps decision makers move rapidly from research to action.

    When it comes to understanding a customer’s needs, assessing organizational culture, or how people will vote during a national election, focus groups, expert interviewing, and questionnaires are subject to cognitive bias. So how can we see the world through the eyes of customers, employees, and stakeholders?

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  • 14:00 - 18:30
    Bryan Beechan

    DevOps & Acceptance Test Driven Development

    DevOps is firmly rooted in the technical practices of Extreme Programming. The courage to quickly push new features from your developer’s workstations into your end user’s hands can only exist if build quality in from the beginning.

    In this session you will gain hands-on, practical experience that will put you on the path to that quality and that courage.

    What You'll Learn

    • How TDD and Refactoring impact deployment
    • About DevOps and how it can help you
    • How to use DevOps within a Scrum environment
    • How to work in a Continuous Delivery environment
    • Experience rapidly building a web application

  • 14:00 - 18:30

    Transform your whole organization and teams in record time using Agile and Enterprise Social Systems

    Many senior leaders have embraced Agile and Scrum but they have the feeling that something is not working as expected. Alternatively, many feel the desired benefits from adopting Scrum and Agile have not been fully achieved. While we have experienced the exponential grow of supercomputing power, we are still using old structures, paradigms and beliefs to structure our organizations.

    Enterprise Social Systems is a theory, tools and change framework that can be used in any company to accelerate the transformation 2x or more. Join this workshop where you will learn about the theory, tools and how to apply them with real problems and be ready to use them the day after the session.

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Organization

Institucional Partners