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The game for modern software development has moved on. We are no longer building systems that simply automate previously manual processes as we did at the beginning of the software revolution. Now we create new businesses, new industries. We revolutionize existing markets and create entirely new ones.
The organizations that succeed at this don't look the same — or operate in the same ways — as more conventional firms. They are different and approach software and the role that it plays in an organization differently.
So, what does "Digital Disruption" really mean for the organizations that practice it and how do they use speed and efficiency as a tool, rather than just a cost-saving measure?
IT is no longer merely a "Support function" it is the business model.
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Digital Disruption & Economies of Speed
Dave Farley is a pioneer of Continuous Delivery, thought-leader and expert practitioner in CD, DevOps, TDD and software development in general.
Dave has been a programmer, software engineer, systems architect and leader of successful teams, for many years, from the early days of modern computing, taking those fundamental principles of how computers and software work, and shaping ground-breaking, innovative approaches that have changed how we approach modern software development. Dave has challenged conventional thinking and lead teams to build world class software.