Livestream the closing keynotes for JAX London 2018!
JAX London 2018 is in full swing and we’re sorry you’re not able to make it to the UK this year. However, just to make sure you don’t miss a thing, we’re livestreaming today’s keynote for JAX London 2018. So, set your alarms for 9:00 and 14:15 GMT if you want to tune into today’s keynotes.
JAX London is our favorite conference for cutting-edge software engineers and enterprise-level professionals. JAX brings together the world’s leading innovators in the fields of Java, microservices, continuous delivery, and DevOps.
With over 60 workshops, sessions and keynotes from over 40 speakers and industry experts from around the world, you just can’t miss a thing. But sometimes, you just can’t make it to the UK. So, we’ve got you covered! We’re reporting live from London this year, with livestreams of today’s keynotes!
Watch the keynotes from Day 2 live:
9:00 am GMT
Leadership is easy when you’re a manager, or an expert in a field, or a conference speaker! In a Kanban organisation, though, we “encourage acts of leadership at every level”. What does that mean for those of you who code as part of a team?
In this talk, we look at what it means to be a leader in the uncertain, changing and high-learning environment of software development. Find out about the importance of safety, how to create it both technically and socially, and become an agent of change… without changing your job!
14:15 pm GMT
The Agile and DevOps movements place a lot of emphasis on the autonomy, self-organization and responsibility of teams. A common misconception is that there is little or no role for leaders of such teams. On the contrary! In this rapidly changing world, where competition is fierce and the pressure to deliver is high, effective leaders create environments that allow teams to thrive. They enable, coach and inspire. But what makes a leader an effective leader?
Attend this talk to learn more about various leadership theories, how they can be applied in practice, and my thoughts on leadership based on experience as a tech lead and scrum master and from military service.