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Gene Kim

Multi-award winning author, researcher, CTO, and founder of Tripwire

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Dr. Dan Sturtevant

Founder and CEO, Silverthread, Inc. Commercializing  MIT & Harvard Research

Wiring the Winning Software Organization: How and Why Modular Architectures Drive Results

In this webinar attendees will have the unique opportunity to witness a conversation between renowned researcher and author Gene Kim and Dr. Dan Sturtevant, Founder and CEO of Silverthread, an MIT spinout helping software organizations improve.

Gene was one of the researchers behind the State of DevOps Research, which found that software architecture was one of the top predictors of performance.  They will discuss the hallmarks of software architectures that enable independence of action, and how to create it.

 

And software architecture is one of the common passions of both Gene and Dan.  They will discuss the intersection of organizational strategies and the evolving landscape of development practices, offering valuable perspectives for creating successful and adaptive teams in today's business environment. They will discuss case studies and the underlying theory of why software architecture is so important to technology and organizational performance.

As an added bonus, 50 people that register for this insightful session will receive a complimentary copy of Gene Kim's new book. Additionally, one lucky participant will have the chance to win a free CodeMRI® Diagnostic scan along with a complimentary debrief session, offering valuable insights into their development practices. 

 

Don't miss this unique opportunity to gain cutting-edge knowledge and potentially enhance your team's development strategies. Register now to secure your spot and be eligible for these exclusive offers!

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Wiring the Winning Software Organization: How and Why Modular Architectures Drive Results

by Gene Kim & Dan Sturtevant

Discover valuable insights on how to modernize your software architecture by watching this webinar featuring Gene Kim and Dr. Dan Sturtevant. In this webinar, you will learn about modular software architectures that enable teams to operate independently, and strategies to overcome common challenges. You will also understand how organizational strategies and development practices intersect to build adaptable teams in today's dynamic business environment. This webinar offers real-world case studies and expert perspectives on the critical role of software architecture in driving technology and organizational performance. Through this webinar, you can begin your journey toward a better understanding of how to optimize, modernize, and enhance your software organization's capabilities.

Dr. Dan Sturtevant

Founder and CEO, Silverthread, Inc. Commercializing MIT & Harvard Research

About Dr. Dan Sturtevant: Dan Sturtevant founded Silverthread to commercialize MIT and Harvard research on the modernization and simplification of complex software systems - with the key goal of helping software organizations win. His research focuses on understanding how good (or bad) code architecture drives a team’s ability to compete and succeed in dramatic - but often poorly understood ways - subtly and powerfully influencing productivity, defects, and staff turnover.  He has analyzed hundreds of commercial and government programs playing an advisory role, and has helped the Agile Alliance grapple with the idea of technical debt.

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Gene Kim

Multi-award winning author, researcher, CTO, and founder of Tripwire

About Gene Kim: Gene Kim has been studying high-performing technology organizations since 1999. He was the founder and CTO of Tripwire, Inc. for 13 years, an enterprise security software company. His books have sold over 1 million copies — he is the WSJ bestselling author of Wiring the Winning Organization, The Unicorn Project, and was co-author of The Phoenix Project, The DevOps Handbook, and the Shingo Publication Award-winning Accelerate. Since 2014, he has been the organizer of DevOps Enterprise Summit, studying the technology transformations of large, complex organizations.

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