While companies rightly spend a lot of time thinking about their business goals and technology choices, they often ignore how best to combine them effectively into a successful software delivery operation. We can all recount being in a software project that failed despite having good ideas and technology choices behind it, leaving everyone miserable in its aftermath: “Is it the team’s fault?.. But didn’t we hire the best? What could have gone wrong?” Join us in this series as we explore such questions and more...
5. Mar 1, Friday: Measuring engineering productivity: Old pitfalls and new approaches - by Sudheer Bandaru
4. Feb 1, Thu: Exploring connections between queueing theory and project management, by Harsha Honnappa
3. Dec 21, Thu: When Quality Matters: Transcending resource barriers during software delivery - by Deepti Agrawal
2. Nov 29, Wed: Software Delivery: Prioritizing and optimizing for impact - by Gaurav Lochan
1. Nov 3, Friday: A bird’s eye view of software project management - a conversation with Ranjan Sakalley
Below is a selective snapshot of some major recent community conversations regarding how software projects are being run:
- Software Developers: Participate to stay aware of current and future trends in how software projects are run
- Tech leads and Engineering Managers: You should find this series extremely relevant. You are the current and future practitioners of all these skills.
- VPs of Engineering or CEOs who are new to their role: Learn from experienced people how they run projects, and also their thoughts about what may/may not work in a context, rather than adopting practices blindly.
Pramod Biligiri is founder and CEO at Bitken Technologies. He works as a consultant for data engineering and data infrastructure related projects.
Mayankk Banerjee is a veteran CTO who has led Technology, Operations and Data science teams for global organizations like HelloFresh, Delhivery, Yahoo and Tally. He now spends his time being a fractional-Cxo at OldMonks,tinkering with code and coaching young engineering leaders and founders towards their next level of growth.
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