These are great talks that I've seen during November:
- AgileByExample 2016: Henrik Kniberg - Keynote - Focus (or Stop Starting, Start Finishing) Henrik Kniberg. As usualy Henrik deliver a great talk that inspired me a lot.
- DOES16 San Francisco - Time Theft: How Hidden and Unplanned Work Commit the Perfect Crime Great talk about the most important factors that destroy the productivity and the flow. Explain some off the concepts of Lean and is a great complement of to the classic The Efficiency Paradox from Niklas Modig, that I recommend for any person interested in learn about Lean.
- GOTO 2015 The Secret Assumption of Agile Fred George Interesting ideas.
- GOTO 2016 It is not just Microservices Fred George Talk about asynchronous microservices using events and a command bus. This is an approach that I like. I think that more synchronous approach with direct communications between the microservices a lot of time we don't obtain too much benefits (but for sure is much complex that a monolith).
- GOTO 2016 Software, Faster Dan North. Great talk with great takeaways :) (from time to time I watch this talk, so I think that is not the first time I publish the reference)
- GOTO 2016 • Stability Patterns & Antipatterns Michael T. Nygard
- Keynote: 8 Lines of Code Greg Young. Interesting talk to understand some concepts about simplicity and hiden accidental complexity.
- I've Pair Programmed for 30,000 Hours: Ask Me Anything! Joe Moore. Great talk for understanding the practice of pair programming... But, is important that the only way to actually understand the benefits and problems of a practice is to use it :)
- http://legacycode.rocks/issues/7#start http://cur.at/MZYmXEc?m=web Legacy Code Rocks Podcast Modern Agile with Joshua Kerievsky A great conversation legacy systems and modern agile that I think that is a very good approach for lot of contexts.