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Session #1: 10:00 CEST

  1. Session 1 Room 1 - Contract Testing
  2. Session 1 Room 2 - Serverless Sounds Scary (or the fear of losing control) and What is so scary about Kubernetes?
  3. Session 1 Room 3 - Improving Teams
  4. Session 1 Room 4 - Refactoring “Legacy” build pipeline

Session #2: 11:15 CEST

  1. Session 2 Room 1 - Finding the right cultural fit while interviewing
  2. Session 2 Room 2 - Failure modes & out of reach stakeholders
  3. Session 2 Room 3 - How do you choose CI/CD tooling?
  4. Session 2 Room 4 - Limited WIP workshop for developers (TCR)
  5. Session 2 Room 5 - Writing a book

Session #3: 14:00 CEST

  1. Session 3 Room 1 - Transforming Difficult Conversations Tool / Process
  2. Session 3 Room 2 - Social forces impacting our processes
  3. Session 3 Room 3 - A perfect test assignment
  4. Session 3 Room 4 - Continuously(ish) doing pen testing / vuln scanning
  5. Session 3 Room 5 - Automation in testing is a structured field

Session #4: 15:15 CEST

  1. Session 4 Room 1 - How do you form relations (new teams) in WFH
  2. Session 4 Room 2 - DarkLang.com avoiding bugs by working in a restrictive environment
  3. Session 4 Room 3 - How to handle dependencies on other teams?
  4. Session 4 Room 4 - Writing Test Driven Apps with http4k (talk/livecoding)
  5. Session 4 Room 5- Knowledge sharing by storytelling vs writing

Session #5: 16:30 CEST

  1. Session 5 Room 1 - Force Field Analysis Tool
  2. Session 5 Room 2 - commit to master vs gitflow
  3. Session 5 Room 3 - Why don’t we do the work to improve?
  4. Session 5 Room 4 - Time to retire the testing pyramid
  5. Session 5 Room 5 - Functional domain modeling