Software Craftsmanship - Growing a Technical Culture

People & Culture

Decades ago, IT started as a single engineering practice, but over the years it grew increasingly fragmented. The overspecialization we face today, in the context of a management-first agile transformation leads to a lack of responsibility, blaming games, repeated patching, painful communication overhead, and fulminating costs. The software craftsmanship movement is rising in this post-agile world with professionals that take control of their careers and continuously learn in the pursuit of mastery. But changing mindset requires determined team efforts and communities, especially when working remotely. What techniques and tricks can you use to grow such a culture of learning in your team? Find out from the founder and lead of one of the largest software craftsmanship communities in the world.

Scheduled on Friday from 14:15 to 15:15 (Europe/Bucharest) in Track 1

Development Teams
Code Quality

Victor Rentea

Victor Rentea is a Java Champion, Consultant and Trainer writing code since 2006. His passion is Refactoring, Simple Design, and Unit Testing, about which he regularly talks at top conferences, but also to the Bucharest Software Craftsmanship Community that he founded. On victorrentea.ro you can find his blog, selection of his best talks, training curriculum, live masterclasses, and social channels.