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In this talk, Simon will introduce the concept of mapping a landscape, why it matters, how it can influence the type of architectural choices you should make and how do you get from here to there.
The talk will use a mix of examples from Government to the Private sector, from infrastructure to serverless and try to answer the question of whether there is a right choice or is every journey different?
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Keynote: Crossing the River by Feeling the Stones
Simon is a former CEO, former advisory board member of startups (all now acquired by US Giants), fellow of Open Europe, inventor of Wardley Mapping, a regular conference speaker and a researcher for the LEF. He uses mapping in his research for the LEF covering areas from Serverless to Nation State competition whilst also advising / teaching LEF clients on mapping, strategy, organisation and leadership.