It's a small world after all. How thinking small is changing software development big time


Our world changes fast and at increasing speed. Things that weren't possible 5 years ago come into reach. Incumbents need to adept to match start-ups that use newer technologies. We are evolving towards smaller, faster, shorter. Smaller teams or even micro-teams, flat organizations, no management, even shorter cycles, smaller components. During this inspiring talk Sander discusses Cynefin, how software development goes wrong, how to go beyond Scrum, why self-organization is hard, why continuous delivery allows you to stop estimating or do projects and why microservices are hard, but essential.

Language: English

Level: Intermediate

Sander Hoogendoorn


Sander is a dad, an independent consultant, software architect, programmer, speaker and writer. He coaches teams and helps improve software architectures and code. He’s written books on agile, UML, and web tools, and published over 250 articles in international magazines. Sander is a (keynote) speaker and presents (in-house) training courses on subjects such as agile, Scrum, XP, Kanban, continuous delivery, software estimation, agile requirements, UML, design patterns, software architectures, microservices, and both Java, TypeScript and .NET development.

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