How to move ...
How to move from a Techno-Centric to an App Delivery-Centric world
Johan den Haan, Mendix
We live in exciting times! Software has become ubiquitous. The difference between a company’s success and failure has become dependent on its software development capabilities. This, in combination with low budgets and an increasing need for rapid change gives us some interesting challenges. Our track-record is not that impressive: various studies show that still almost 70% of all software projects fail. Luckily we have things like Agile, DevOps, Model-Driven Development, and Platform-as-a-Service to save our day... right? I’m not so sure... Let’s debunk some myths and explore what really matters for today’s software development!
About the speaker: Johan is CTO at Mendix. The main focus of his work is to improve software development in a way that software doesn't slow down the business, but enables business agility on all levels. Agile software development, Model Driven Development, Cloud deployment, Platform-as-a-Service, online collaboration software, and social interaction are key ingredients of the solutions he works on. Break down the walls within and around your organization and start collaboration and co-creation to truly improve application delivery! He occasionally shares his ideas on his blog. (http://www.theenterprisearchitect.eu/)
18.00h Doors open, Food & Drinks
19.00h Start presentation
This event will (also) be webcasted on competa.tv but is best experienced live at the Competa Conference Center.
|When||March 28th, 2012 18:00|
|Organised by||Competa IT / NLUUG|
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