I'll be presenting "Evergreen Software Development: Why It’s Better To Set It All On Fire And Start Over" at DeveloperWeek Oakland on Thursday. I've got a few free passes remaining, if you're interested in attending:
Technology can do more than just endlessly dividing us, if we try.
We are probably months from robopsychology as a field. I'm not really sure if it's "months until" or "months since", to be quite honest. https://twitter.com/neuroecology/status/1197894306289328128
If you can't make it, or you want a sneak preview, here's the slide deck: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1DzqmqnPpbauyZGaIgH3abzko0XNXJZMIbv9mi6AIPOk/edit#slide=id.p
I'll be presenting "Evergreen Software Development: Why It’s Better To Set It All On Fire And Start Over" at DeveloperWeek Oakland on Feb 13th. I've got a few free passes, first come first serve: https://l.feathr.co/developerweek-2020-speaker-page-nathaniel-eliot-v
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