Clearing out the backlog, Craig and Tony roam the corridors at YOW! 2014 in Brisbane and talk to attendees and old friends and colleagues. Despite Tony’s fetish with pineapples and the fact it took 96 episodes to get a mention of ISO-9126 they talk to:
- Craig Aspinall on hosting the highly rated talk by Troy Hunt on “Hack Yourself First” and Peter Bell on “How to Undo Almost Anything with Git” and that listening to security talks is like watching horror movies, completely terrifying and entertaining at the same time!
- Jason Royals and Carlo Simbag on cheesecake and great talks by Troy Hunt, Jez Humble, Gojko Adzic and Gabrielle Benefield
- Andrew Newman on using Scala in the enterprise, keynotes from Martin Thompson and Todd Montgomery as well as Ed Kmett
- Sharon Robson on using Agile at Tatts Group, her favourite standard ISO-9126, Boehm’s Quality Tree, getting rid of “THWADI”
- Darren Cotterill on Optiver being the second best place to work in Australia, enjoyed Jon Eaves on Microservices
- Aran Elkington on Agile at Youi, Jeff Patton and his cake wrecks and the underlying theme of microservices at the conference
- Matt Callanan on DevOps Brisbane, DevOps Days Brisbane, “it’s all about Docker”
- Michael Villis on Agile and Lean really being about doing the right things rather than just looking busy
- Peter Oxenham on looking for outcomes and different ways to look at problems
TheAgileRevolution-96 (28 minutes)
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