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Nick Jenkins (Director, Mech Rock DevOps, Perth, Oz)00:06:49

Signing on from the west coast of Australia this morning to catchup on the schedule. Looking forward to tonight. Taking notes for our own conference in November.

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Nick Jenkins (Director, Mech Rock DevOps, Perth, Oz)00:06:49

Signing on from the west coast of Australia this morning to catchup on the schedule. Looking forward to tonight. Taking notes for our own conference in November.

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Patrick S. Kelso01:06:34

I hate you and your two hours πŸ˜„ I've got some late nights ahead of me this week.

Nick Jenkins (Director, Mech Rock DevOps, Perth, Oz)02:06:47

🀷 ... all your fault for not living in paradise.

Nick Eggleston, IT Architect (open to offers)03:06:18

For some of us it’s early mornings... like 3:30am πŸ™€

Aparna B04:06:18

Hi All.. happy to be here virtually

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BMK-BNZ-ValueStreamArchitect04:06:14

Hello from New Zealand. For us it starts 07:30 p.m. πŸ™‚ . Looking forward to another DOES. Buzz me fellow kiwis . Thank you IT Rev team and particulary to our SNYK friends/ @patrick.debois256

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BMK-BNZ-ValueStreamArchitect04:06:14

Hello from New Zealand. For us it starts 07:30 p.m. πŸ™‚ . Looking forward to another DOES. Buzz me fellow kiwis . Thank you IT Rev team and particulary to our SNYK friends/ @patrick.debois256

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Steve Kurzeja, CTO - Vocus05:06:24

hello fellow kiwi :)

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Compuware_Stu07:06:08

Hi BMK, How are things?

BMK-BNZ-ValueStreamArchitect07:06:34

Hi @stuart.ashby - all is well how are you?

Compuware_Stu07:06:42

Good thanks. Looking forward to learning over the next few days πŸ™‚

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Maik Himstedt05:06:47

Hello from Germany πŸ‘‹

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Chris06:06:27

Hi from Switzerland

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Willem-Jan - Digital.ai06:06:16

Good morning from the Netherlands πŸ‘‹

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Phong LE06:06:29

Hello from Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam

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Malin Balasel06:06:28

Good morning from Romania!

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Thomas DuBuisson06:06:44

Good evening from US (west coast), I look forward to seeing you all shortly.

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Daniel Klaus06:06:01

Hi from Germany!

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Robert06:06:40

Morning all from the UK

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Austen Constable, Head of DevOps and Environments at Credit Suisse06:06:27

Guten Morgen from ZΓΌrichΒ :flag-ch:Β (originally from the UKΒ :flag-gb:)

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Carlos G.06:06:08

Hi, was somebody able to access the conference?. Watch link is not working :(

Carlos G.06:06:08

Hi, was somebody able to access the conference?. Watch link is not working :(

Willem-Jan - Digital.ai06:06:42

The WATCH PageΒ -Β (available when we are live)

Willem-Jan - Digital.ai06:06:16

Opening will be at 8:30.

Carlos G.06:06:51

my bad. I am one hour behind 🀐. Can’t wait to start haha. Thanks.

Alireza06:06:11

Hi, good morning from Netherlands πŸ‘‹

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Alireza06:06:28

No I can't see it either

Tom Ayerst06:06:45

Good morning everyone! Looking forward to an exciting three days. 🌍

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Johan Tegler06:06:48

Good morning from Sweden!

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Johan Tegler06:06:48

Good morning from Sweden!

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Johan Tegler06:06:46

Hi Jeffrey, thanks for the book club!

Stefan (Stieber)06:06:57

Good Morning from Dresden, Germany. Happy DOES everyone

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Russell06:06:11

Morning from Sunny West Sussex (UK)

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inactive06:06:43

And the front door is now open β€”Β we’re live! https://doesvirtual.com/

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Evgeny Potapov06:06:39

Morning from Irkutsk, Russia

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Rajarshi Basu06:06:07

Hello and good morning everyone! Bangalore, India

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Ales Vejvoda06:06:42

Hello and good morning from Prague

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Max Kiselevich06:06:19

Good morning everyone from Tel Aviv, Israel

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Shaun Norris06:06:38

good afternoon from Singapore

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James Head06:06:41

Morning everyone from sunny Oxford in the UK

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Naren Yellavula06:06:57

"Guten Morgen" from Bayern, Germany

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Thomas Lux07:06:06

Hello and good Morning πŸ˜€

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Kristine Setschin - GitLab07:06:47

Good morning from Birmingham, UK (sunny one for a change πŸ™‚)

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Duena Blomstrom, Psychological Safety Dashboard CEO, Author PeopleBeforeTech07:06:20

@james839 l was just musing we are having a mighty sunny morning in London today!

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Duena Blomstrom, Psychological Safety Dashboard CEO, Author PeopleBeforeTech07:06:20

@james839 l was just musing we are having a mighty sunny morning in London today!

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James Head07:06:10

Yes its amazing

Guillaume RΓ©my07:06:22

Hello from Lyon, France!

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devlead07:06:55

Morning!

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inactive07:06:37

We’re 27 minute away β€”Β you’ll see the timer in the Watch window! (Thanks @patrick.debois256!! An incredible honor having the β€œGodfather of DevOps” and @sam running the production studio! πŸ˜‚ )

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inactive07:06:37

We’re 27 minute away β€”Β you’ll see the timer in the Watch window! (Thanks @patrick.debois256!! An incredible honor having the β€œGodfather of DevOps” and @sam running the production studio! πŸ˜‚ )

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Lokesha Poojary07:06:16

Hello everyone! from Bangalore, India

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Dietmar07:06:14

hmm, does anybody have this problem with the live stream

Dietmar07:06:14

hmm, does anybody have this problem with the live stream

Karl Marfitt07:06:16

Did you not get the user/pass in the email?

Guillaume RΓ©my07:06:36

All information has been given in the email you probably received yesterday

Walter Seepersad07:06:54

I'm having the same issue - apparently my username/password is not being accepted anymore 😞

Dietmar07:06:08

My user/pass is not accepted

Guillaume RΓ©my07:06:19

it is not β€œyour” username/password. It is the same for everyone

Dietmar07:06:38

yes works, THANKS!!!!

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Rob07:06:21

Yes I have the same problem!

Davy Kenis07:06:25

I’m ready!! Goodmorning everyone!

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yasuhisa07:06:12

Hi everyone! from Tokyo, Japan πŸ‘‹

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Slackbot07:06:29

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Matt Cobby (NAB)07:06:03

Hello from Australia. The timezone is going to be "challenging" but looking forward to it.

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Zoltan Rozgonyi07:06:50

Good morning from Hungary! Can't wait to the start

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Cecilia Judmann (Redgate)07:06:18

Hiya from the UK! πŸ™‚ Looking forward to three packed days of conferencing!

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Yannick Muller07:06:29

Hi from France. I’m looking forward discussing and learning from you guys.

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Pat Eyler07:06:59

Good morning from Utah, United States.

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Peter Fassbinder07:06:01

Good morning from sunny Munich - what a wonderful day and what a wonderful conference ahead of us!

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nalinikant swain07:06:30

Hello from India.

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Walter Seepersad07:06:24

Good morning from California

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Matt Milton07:06:21

Good morning from London! A beautiful day - sun shining, blue sky! Looking forward to three days of learning.

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Helen Beal07:06:25

Good morning from Chichester, England! Super excited

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Joao07:06:33

Good morning from London

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Marcello Marrocos07:06:04

Good (early) morning everyone, direct from DC!

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Kurt A (Speaker) Blameless, SRE Architect07:06:39

I have to say that this was the best (virtual) trip to London that I've ever had - will see how jetlag goes this time 'round πŸ™‚

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Sandeep Joshi07:06:15

Good afternoon from Singapore.

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BMK-BNZ-ValueStreamArchitect07:06:17

First time ever - we will put our DevOps, SRE practices to TEST with Virtual DOES cc IT Rev , SNYK

Thomas Williams07:06:05

Good morning from TX!

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Malte HarrishΓΈj07:06:22

Good morning from Copenhagen

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Areti Panou07:06:43

Good morning from Heidelberg, Germany 🐝

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inactive07:06:30

<!here> We’ve started! Having audio issues, hover in the viewer window and unmute β€”Β see below!

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<!here> We’ve started! Having audio issues, hover in the viewer window and unmute β€”Β see below!

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BMK-BNZ-ValueStreamArchitect07:06:05

Gene - you never had chance to see your own talk like (live) in the previous years πŸ™‚ The platform is brilliant

Preston Gibbs - DevOps Dojo Sensei - Walmart07:06:19

Good morning everyone from Bentonville, AR 2:30am

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Preston Gibbs - DevOps Dojo Sensei - Walmart07:06:19

Good morning everyone from Bentonville, AR 2:30am

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Steve Kurzeja, CTO - Vocus07:06:53

Good evening Preston :) Slightly better setup than me just finishing the dinner dishes and enjoying the kickoff!

Preston Gibbs - DevOps Dojo Sensei - Walmart07:06:41

Good evening Steve, Nice. That just makes me hungry. Ha Ha. I can't make any food right now otherwise I'll wake up the wife. And that is not how I want to start my day.

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Nick Eggleston, IT Architect (open to offers)08:06:11

Good morning! 4am here. Love the dedication!

Joachim07:06:02

Good morning from Luxembourg - Happy National Day to any Luxembourgers here.

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Joachim07:06:02

Good morning from Luxembourg - Happy National Day to any Luxembourgers here.

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Marcus Davage10:06:38

SchΓ©ine Nationalfeierdag!

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sarathkanduri07:06:03

Good Morning everyone

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Pete Nuwayser - IBM07:06:15

Oh no... I forgot to put on my unicorn socks... 😱

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Pete Nuwayser - IBM07:06:15

Oh no... I forgot to put on my unicorn socks... 😱

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Jeffrey Fredrick, Author-Agile Conversations07:06:40

oh no… I forgot to put on socks!

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Arne Rossmann07:06:28

when will be the slides available at https://github.com/devopsenterprise ?

michael hennessy07:06:32

Hi, I'm not getting any audio. I have unmuted.

michael hennessy07:06:32

Hi, I'm not getting any audio. I have unmuted.

rose g07:06:01

refresh the page, worked for me

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Ciaran Byrne07:06:20

Hello to everyone from Surrey in the UK!

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sarathkanduri07:06:22

Hi, I am not able to watch

Jakub VosΓ‘hlo07:06:24

@genek101 Hi! Are you aware there is a huge number of people not able to watch the session (myself included)? See #summit-help . It doesn't seem you are monitoring the discussion there 😞

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Jakub VosΓ‘hlo07:06:24

@genek101 Hi! Are you aware there is a huge number of people not able to watch the session (myself included)? See #summit-help . It doesn't seem you are monitoring the discussion there 😞

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Marc Boudreau (Enterprise Architect)07:06:58

As per the email use: U: doesvirtual P: watch

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Jakub VosΓ‘hlo07:06:39

Thanks, I seem to miss the email,

Jay Rathod07:06:56

Good Morning from the UK, trying to login with the details i used previously to set up, but its saying unauthorized

Jay Rathod07:06:56

Good Morning from the UK, trying to login with the details i used previously to set up, but its saying unauthorized

Rui Pedro Saraiva07:06:53

check email. new credentials

Jeffrey Fredrick, Author-Agile Conversations07:06:53

See email from yesterday for username & password

Senthil Kumarathevan07:06:12

Hello all, Senthil here from Nationwide

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Haritza Zubillaga07:06:46

use the credentials sent via e-mail yesterday:

Alistair Doran07:06:47

Disappointed with the video quality, too many freezes.

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Alistair Doran07:06:47

Disappointed with the video quality, too many freezes.

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Alex van Assem07:06:26

Good to know that is not my connection

Jurgis Primagovas07:06:54

Yes, I would have a choice of lower quality as my connection is not so great.

Justin07:06:05

Try to deactivate the "Low Latency". It is better for me after deactivate it.

Karl Marfitt07:06:19

some occasional lag and blips here every few minutes but still quite watchable for me (in UK)

Jevon White07:06:24

Good morning!!

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Jurgis Primagovas07:06:28

Hello everyone, happy to be here! πŸ™‚

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gespi07:06:17

Yo and Good Morning! Here from Boston and too excited right now!

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gespi07:06:17

Yo and Good Morning! Here from Boston and too excited right now!

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Duena Blomstrom, Psychological Safety Dashboard CEO, Author PeopleBeforeTech07:06:31

For the record minimal freezes here (other than when @genek101 misses a beat which is rare πŸ˜›)

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Huub van der Wouden07:06:11

Hi colleagues! Happy to be part of the scenius.

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Huub van der Wouden07:06:11

Hi colleagues! Happy to be part of the scenius.

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Yasmin Sajid07:06:43

Good Morning All

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Luke Rettig - Sr Director Target07:06:19

Love being back! Happy to see so many familiar names and excited to meet some new ones!

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Karl Marfitt07:06:03

For anyone with video freezes or if you don't have rock solid internet connectivity, try turning off 'low latency' in the video settings

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Karl Marfitt07:06:03

For anyone with video freezes or if you don't have rock solid internet connectivity, try turning off 'low latency' in the video settings

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Michael Wildman07:06:45

I'm on gigabit fibre, but somehow turning this off helped...

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Karl Marfitt07:06:03

Me too πŸ™‚

Abel Chavanga07:06:19

Good morning from South Africa.

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Brandon Ferrari07:06:32

Hello everyone! First time attending (from Pittsburgh). Looking forward to all the speakers & interaction!

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Rui Pedro Saraiva07:06:58

hello everyone! First timer as well! Attending from Portugal!

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Paul Salmon07:06:26

Good evening from Auckland, New Zealand

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Philip Day07:06:53

Good morning from Devon, UK

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Aidan Moriarty07:06:06

Morning from France πŸ‘‹

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Joao Oliveira07:06:09

Hi everyone from Lisbon, PT!

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Joao Oliveira07:06:09

Hi everyone from Lisbon, PT!

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Jeroen Boks07:06:15

Hi, nice to be back! Good morning from The Netherlands!

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John Booth07:06:33

Wow, what an amazing international community. Returning for my second DOES after an amazing experience in 2020.

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Nick Eggleston, IT Architect (open to offers)07:06:54

Hello everyone! Good morning from Indianapolis, Indiana (3:56am)! Looking forward to this new format and meeting people.

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gaborf07:06:10

Good Morning from Switzerland

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Anja07:06:56

Good morning from sunny β˜€οΈ London!

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Jeffrey Fredrick, Author-Agile Conversations07:06:12

Do all these different timezones means that #happy-hour will be an around the clock opportunity?

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Jeffrey Fredrick, Author-Agile Conversations07:06:12

Do all these different timezones means that #happy-hour will be an around the clock opportunity?

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Nick Eggleston, IT Architect (open to offers)08:06:54

Let’s hope! We should set up a few channels around timezone groups

Jeffrey Fredrick, Author-Agile Conversations08:06:45

I enjoyed it. And the idea of people getting to know each other by the timezones they are awake in rather than the timezone they live in really resonated with me. Probably because I’ve done lots of late night online chatting/gaming!

Shamse Alam08:06:25

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jeff.gallimore (CTIO - Excella, he/him)08:06:32

Here is the code of conduct post: https://devopsenterprise.slack.com/archives/CATJP0R0X/p1592896529204800

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Robb Keayes08:06:59

Good morning from NYC!

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Pierre Donyegro08:06:59

Hello from Florida

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Krishna Prasad Melethil08:06:20

Good day all from India!

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Pamela Lagos08:06:29

Good morning from California 🏝️

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Daniel Rankov08:06:36

Hello from Bulgaria! 🌞

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Andrew Tam08:06:43

Good evening from Melbourne!

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Greg Hobday08:06:49

Hello and good morning from Omaha Nebraska

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Jamie Ballisat (Redgate)08:06:27

Good morning from Cambridge! Have a great day everyone. I'm here representing Redgate so if you are interested in database devops in any form then let me know we can have a chat πŸ‘:skin-tone-2:

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David Karinshak08:06:57

Good early morning from Charleston, South Carolina!

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Darryl Brown08:06:15

Hello from Tampa Florida

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Jennifer Velasquez08:06:23

Big πŸ‘‹ from Texas!

Tesso Bakker08:06:23

Good morning from The Netherlands

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Kylie Kirk BT UK08:06:27

Morning !!! Kylie from Doncaster UK πŸ™‚

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Liz Rice08:06:30

Hi from London! If you want to chat cloud native, security or the CNCF I’m here πŸ‘‹

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Liz Rice08:06:30

Hi from London! If you want to chat cloud native, security or the CNCF I’m here πŸ‘‹

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BMK-BNZ-ValueStreamArchitect09:06:13

Hi Liz, good to see you here

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Ben Grinnell - North Highland and DOES PC08:06:54

Good morning from London

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Mark Johnson08:06:02

Morning from Bournemouth

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sowmya.raju08:06:08

Good Morning !! from London

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Andre Lee-Moye, DZone08:06:21

Good morning from North Carolina, USA!

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Luke08:06:22

πŸ‘‹ Hi from London! I’m here representing Curve, a london based fintech that puts all your cards into one! Go check us out!!

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Nick Eggleston, IT Architect (open to offers)08:06:30

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Duena Blomstrom, Psychological Safety Dashboard CEO, Author PeopleBeforeTech08:06:29

Loved that one. Wouldn’t be surprised if it were intentional πŸ˜‰

inactive08:06:18

Drats β€”Β missed that edit!!! πŸ™‚ Almost was able to do it in one take!!! πŸ˜†

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Nick Eggleston, IT Architect (open to offers)08:06:16

The β€œmistakes” make it feel more β€œlive”

Nick Eggleston, IT Architect (open to offers)08:06:19

Embrace the mistakes - the obstacles are the journey 😊

Cecilia Judmann (Redgate)08:06:49

Hiya from the UK! I'm representing Redgate so if you are interested in database devops in any form then just send me a DM, visit our booth, vote for our amazing sticker and check out our Happy Hour Table on Wed, 6-7pm BST with the amazing @kendra.little as host, taking about Database DevOps for Enterprise πŸ™‚

Raj Fowler08:06:40

Good morning from Preston, UK.

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Nicole hardiman08:06:01

Good morning from Wiltshire UK

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Nick Eggleston, IT Architect (open to offers)08:06:46

@patrick.debois256 thanks for running the show!

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Kylie Kirk BT UK08:06:36

@philip.wilkinson Hi

Rob Falla08:06:20

I really appreciate that an error was left in the video... reminder of the effort that goes into making these videos.

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Maik Himstedt08:06:27

If anyone is interested in exchange about the organizational aspects of DevOps (e. g. setting up application support) or breaking up silos in a traditional Plan - Build - Run organisation...drop me a line or two πŸ˜ƒ

Maik Himstedt08:06:27

If anyone is interested in exchange about the organizational aspects of DevOps (e. g. setting up application support) or breaking up silos in a traditional Plan - Build - Run organisation...drop me a line or two πŸ˜ƒ

Nick Eggleston, IT Architect (open to offers)08:06:13

Hopefully get a group chat going ...

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Sandeep Joshi08:06:22

Sure I would love to.

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Maik Himstedt08:06:31

Glad to have you here, let's see who else will join

JohannT08:06:02

Happy to chat Maik!

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Maik Himstedt08:06:46

I will drop a question and I am very interested in your opinions: how do you deal with 24/7 support requirements (you build it, you run it) and a structure development process (e. g. Scrum) and on-call duty?

Sandeep Joshi08:06:16

1) team composition to include members who are on duty and who are on call roster. So you may have 9-12 people to cater for this (sometimes) 2) For unplanned work - use lanes to define the type of work and act accordingly. we allot 20-30% of the capacity for this, and patterns/problem management goes for automation backlog as planned work. Teams are encouraged to use swarming to reduce MTTR where possible. 3) For Planned work - 60% capacity is planned. Tech debt and new features are prioritised accordingly. I have used above combination at multiple places and it works well - over time the team matures.

Maik Himstedt09:06:24

Soory for the delay, had to switch computers inbetween.

Maik Himstedt09:06:10

@sandeep.mvp Regarding 1) But is not this building a silo within the product team? Those who are called and those who are not?

Sandeep Joshi09:06:51

It’s the social contract that the team decides, everyone understand the need of the role. Other pattern is to rotate entire team - you will find that also has limitations.

Jason Yavorska08:06:05

Wow the interstitial music is so much louder than the speakers. Humble ask to please normalize it sometime before the end of the conference. πŸ™‚

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Michael Gillett08:06:36

Good morning from London πŸ™‚ I'm from Win Technologies/Betway and really looking forward to learning from you all. I am talking on Thursday about Testing in Production, if anyone has any questions about that or LaunchDarkly feel free to message me

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Dheeraj Nayal (DevOps Institute)08:06:23

Hi, this is Dheeraj at DevOps Institute and from Delhi, India. Miss being at London this year but Gene and IT revolution team has done an amazing job with DOES London virtual event. And special thanks to Patrick Debois for making this happen !!

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Dheeraj Nayal (DevOps Institute)08:06:23

Hi, this is Dheeraj at DevOps Institute and from Delhi, India. Miss being at London this year but Gene and IT revolution team has done an amazing job with DOES London virtual event. And special thanks to Patrick Debois for making this happen !!

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Blake (Community at DZone; Gene Kim Fan Club Member 2,000,005)08:06:49

How is everything going? Great to see you here.

Dheeraj Nayal (DevOps Institute)09:06:07

Hi Blake, great to see you here too πŸ™‚

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Andre Lee-Moye, DZone08:06:09

Hey everyone! I'm representing http://DZone.com, one of the media partners for the conference! We are a user-driven content platform by developers, for developers, that publishes developer content in DevOps, Microservices, Cloud, and more! If you're interested in having your articles or blog posts published with us, feel free to drop me or @blakee a line!

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Michael Wildman08:06:28

Is there a link to the slide decks?

Michael Wildman08:06:28

Is there a link to the slide decks?

Arne Rossmann08:06:29

@annp told they will be available by end of the day

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Yes β€”Β the plan is to get all breakout talk slides published by the time the track sessions start. Plenary sessions will be published after the talks β€”Β mostly likely as we break into track talks. cc @alex @jessicam

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Arne Rossmann08:06:10

Thanks @genek101

JohannT08:06:48

Hello all Johann from Melbourne Australia here.

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Hello all Johann from Melbourne Australia here.

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Matt Cobby (NAB)08:06:49

Snap! It's going to be a long night.

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Steve Challis08:06:31

Morning all!

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Nihar Shah08:06:59

Hi all, Nihar from London, UK! πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§πŸ‘‹

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Kendra Little08:06:37

Hello everyone from Cambridge in the UK! Happy to be here as part of Redgate.

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Huub van der Wouden08:06:10

Great story from the adidas guys! So relevant for what we try to do at dutch railways.

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Huub van der Wouden08:06:10

Great story from the adidas guys! So relevant for what we try to do at dutch railways.

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Guillermo Martinez09:06:52

yes indeed. I guess there’s a lot of need in fast changing and customer satisfaction with the COVID

Huub van der Wouden09:06:09

Absolutely. Public transport has to reinvent itself in corona times.

Yasir - DevOps at LBG08:06:41

Morning All, Yasir from manchester

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Joshua Boyles08:06:15

Good morning from London.

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Natasha Anderson08:06:53

Morning πŸ™‚ From a Johannesburg, SA

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Sandeep Joshi09:06:33

If anyone is interested in exchange about DevOps Strategy (i.e. bridging business/tech divide, making sense of devsecops, dataops, infraops etc., combining cloud, modernisation strategies into one etc.) - Drop me a line or two πŸ˜€https://www.sandeepmvp.com/devops-strategy-canvas-accelerating-business-outcomes/#.XvHDhGozYl8

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Derek Weeks, Sonatype / All Day DevOps09:06:48

Hi @natasha.anderson!

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Hi @natasha.anderson!

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Natasha Anderson09:06:16

Good to "see" you again Derek!

Andre Lee-Moye, DZone09:06:28

Hey there @weeks! Great to see you here!

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Jonathan Garzon09:06:03

Good morning everyone! Here from Sonatype, feel free to ping me any questions or queries regarding DevSecOps. Have a great day! πŸ™‚

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Blake (Community at DZone; Gene Kim Fan Club Member 2,000,005)09:06:38

Good morning everyone from North Carolina. Started day at 3:30 a.m. for this. Thanks to Gene, Victoria, and @james839. I didn't even need coffee until just now. Cheers to everyone around the world. Love seeing the community the team has built and the diversity of locations from everyone speaks to that.

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Blake (Community at DZone; Gene Kim Fan Club Member 2,000,005)09:06:38

Good morning everyone from North Carolina. Started day at 3:30 a.m. for this. Thanks to Gene, Victoria, and @james839. I didn't even need coffee until just now. Cheers to everyone around the world. Love seeing the community the team has built and the diversity of locations from everyone speaks to that.

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Thomas Williams09:06:09

About to get my coffee here in TX (Mountain Time Zone).

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Ann Marie Fred - IBM10:06:33

About to get my second coffee here in MO (US Central Time). It might be a three-coffee day by the end, but it’ll be SO worth it!

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Matt Wheeler10:06:44

Just grabbed my first cuppa tea in OH. Replacing 3am flights with 3am conference talks is worth it.

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Blake (Community at DZone; Gene Kim Fan Club Member 2,000,005)10:06:10

Welcome, everyone! I was in Texas before North Carolina. Probably a 6 coffee day here.

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Blake (Community at DZone; Gene Kim Fan Club Member 2,000,005)10:06:45

Usually with London and flying in, the first thing that I think of is endlessly circling Heathrow airport waiting for clearance to land. And cloudy skies.

Thomas Williams10:06:35

Oh yeah, definitely 6 cups! Might have to run to Starbucks on the lunch break! πŸ˜‰ Got my first cup on the break!

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Blake (Community at DZone; Gene Kim Fan Club Member 2,000,005)09:06:29

How many #DOES events have everyone attended? Is this your first? I just was at my first one in Vegas last year and loved it.

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Blake (Community at DZone; Gene Kim Fan Club Member 2,000,005)09:06:29

How many #DOES events have everyone attended? Is this your first? I just was at my first one in Vegas last year and loved it.

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Andy Bold09:06:38

This is my second DOES. London 2019 was my first, and the best conference & learning experience I've had.

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Blake (Community at DZone; Gene Kim Fan Club Member 2,000,005)09:06:56

That's great! Only done Vegas so far. London hopefully in the future when things are back where we all can. High quality is always the first to mind when I think of this conference.

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Stefan (Stieber)09:06:09

it is my first one

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Ewa Kostrzewa09:06:43

That’s my first DOES. I already enjoy it. Really great spirit! πŸ˜„

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Blake (Community at DZone; Gene Kim Fan Club Member 2,000,005)09:06:07

That's great! I was thinking virtually might allow even more to attend one. A great way for many to finally experience it.

Andy Bold09:06:04

I'm UK based, but I'd buy a ticket for the Vegas event in November if it were going to be virtual too. Maybe there's an opportunity for the IT Rev folks to widen participation by doing virtual alongside the physical. (hint hint any IT Rev folks reading this πŸ˜„)

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Blake (Community at DZone; Gene Kim Fan Club Member 2,000,005)09:06:30

I don't know what their plans are Andy. Such crazy times and the options of IRL and virtual until new normal sounds good. Great you are able to join. Vegas is great, especially all the hallway conversations or meeting people over brunch. I've seen some tradeshows experiment with a portion of an IRL to have some parts be virtual. Copying @jdouglas on your suggestion

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Stephen Magill [Sonatype]10:06:30

I think it’s my fourth β€” I keep coming back because there’s no other conference like it. Definitely a unique and powerful community.

Ann Marie Fred - IBM10:06:32

This is my third DOES: 2016, 2018 and 2020!

Wolfgang Lucny09:06:50

Anyone having experience in applying DevOps in a manufacturing (Smart Factory) environment. Curious to learn about the approach and benefits achieved.

Wolfgang Lucny09:06:50

Anyone having experience in applying DevOps in a manufacturing (Smart Factory) environment. Curious to learn about the approach and benefits achieved.

Katie pope09:06:35

Hi @wolfgang.lucny πŸ‘‹ Katie here from slack - We’re working with manufacturing companies to enable agility and devops practices. A 100 year old warehouse in the US is leveraging Slack to facilitate communication and order fulfillment in warehouses, ensuring that 98% of products ship from stock within 24 hours (a feat even Amazon prime has difficulty with). I’d be happy to have someone reach out to you to discuss in more detail?

Wolfgang Lucny11:06:04

Hi @kpope - thanks for reaching out. Would be interested to better understand how Slack can be utilized. I'm pretty busy this week but got availability next week. BTW: I'm based in Central Europe (CET) - not sure if you got an colleagues here.

Katie pope11:06:12

@wolfgang.lucny what is the best email for you? If you’d like to send it over DM that works as well πŸ™‚

Steve Pereira - Visible Value Stream Consulting16:06:23

Hi @wolfgang.lucny a value stream approach might be an ideal way to start the effort. Mik details how he's applied it in several environments (in Product-to-Project) and most manufacturing environments already have experience with Value Stream Mapping. Happy to chat more about it - you can send me an message here or via http://visible.is

Wolfgang Lucny07:06:15

Hi @steveelsewhere. Thanks for reaching out. I got already first experiences with VSM but keen to understand how you apply it within a manufacturing environment. Will reach out to you via http://visible.is in the course of next week. Enjoy #DOES2020

Ciaran Byrne09:06:11

My first one today, @blakee - looking good so far!

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Ciaran Byrne09:06:11

My first one today, @blakee - looking good so far!

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Blake (Community at DZone; Gene Kim Fan Club Member 2,000,005)09:06:50

That's great Ciaran. Welcome to your first one.

Cecilia Judmann (Redgate)09:06:59

@jamie.ballisat, @george.talbot and I will be joining the virtual meet and greet during the break in 30mins! We'd love to chat with you and share a coffee/tea/beverage of your choice then: https://icebreaker.video/events/PHPji64vTsU3qaOTnETp/room (also join the snack-club channel) πŸ™‚

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Blake (Community at DZone; Gene Kim Fan Club Member 2,000,005)09:06:00

Icebreaker is great @tradeshows. I highly recommend that to everyone. Such a great tool for networking and connecting with others. Don't miss it.

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Huub van der Wouden09:06:50

Love steven spears talk. Great to learn from one domain and apply its lessons to your own!

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Jonathan Garzon10:06:57

Good morning <!here>, catch @kevin.foley talk after the break in Track 4,Β https://sched.co/cWfv πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

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Jonathan Garzon10:06:57

Good morning <!here>, catch @kevin.foley talk after the break in Track 4,Β https://sched.co/cWfv πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

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Steve - LBG DevOps10:06:55

Looking forward to this one

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Liz Rice10:06:15

Yes, this looks interesting!

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Katy10:06:27

Can't wait!!

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Jonathan Garzon10:06:07

@steve.nash & @liz feel free to ping me any questions before or after the talk.

Steve Spear10:06:48

@huub.vanderwouden Thanks very much. Glad you liked it.

Steve Spear10:06:48

@huub.vanderwouden Thanks very much. Glad you liked it.

Huub van der Wouden10:06:32

I guess i am going to read your book now :hugging_face:

Iga - Sonatype10:06:22

@huub.vanderwouden there is even more to read.. you can also download 49 very interesting DevOps Short Stories here => https://www.sonatype.com/dnt-2020-does-london

Huub van der Wouden10:06:48

Nice, thanks Iga!

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Steve Spear15:06:03

@huub.vanderwouden @iturowska I sent several excerpts from my book to @jessicam during the zoom Q+A. Feel free to help yourselves. Cheers.

Steve Challis10:06:27

If you were CTO for a day what would you spend $1m on?

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If you were CTO for a day what would you spend $1m on?

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Olivier Jacques, DXC11:06:11

Like @chrisswan often says - Source code management (and more) capability as available as email.

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Helen Beal10:06:43

Counting the times I hear #dojo today: Gene mentioned at Target once, Virgin Atlantic mentioned it, Comcast and Sky coming up - anyone else hearing dojo?

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Helen Beal10:06:43

Counting the times I hear #dojo today: Gene mentioned at Target once, Virgin Atlantic mentioned it, Comcast and Sky coming up - anyone else hearing dojo?

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Matt Cobby (NAB)10:06:33

I run something similar. We call it bootcamp.

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Blake (Community at DZone; Gene Kim Fan Club Member 2,000,005)10:06:24

@genek101 creating new trends. Everyone after DOES20 will use it.

Nikhil Bajpai10:06:06

same here .. in fact i heard #dojo 15 minutes before the summit started

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Marcus Davage10:06:53

There's certainly a dojo mojo around. Maybe someone should invite BoJo?

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Marcus Davage10:06:10

What does it actually mean?

Bryan Finster - Walmart (Speaker)11:06:18

Tomorrow, join us for our discussion about the Dojo Consortium. We're happy to share and learn.

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Bryan Finster - Walmart (Speaker)11:06:36

Oh, we have stickers @blakee

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Blake (Community at DZone; Gene Kim Fan Club Member 2,000,005)11:06:04

Love the tagline = Deploy more. Sleep better.

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Olivier Jacques, DXC11:06:09

« Dojo », the place where you practice your craft.

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Bryan Finster - Walmart (Speaker)11:06:42

It's immersive learning in how we want teams to work using the team's backlog. As @genek101 says, using daily work to improve daily work.

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Olivier Jacques, DXC11:06:03

For the one we run, they are accelerators. A mean to move from talking about DevOps and start or double down on doing it

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Matt Cobby (NAB)11:06:08

Bring everyone up to a common level and gets hands on experience with your craft.

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Bryan Finster - Walmart (Speaker)11:06:21

And grow the rebellion.

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Matt McKee12:06:03

@jeremy.mcgee what you were talking about?

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Jeremy McGee12:06:23

@8mckeem8 totally. In large finserv places (like ours!) the opportunity for experimentation might need to be structured - this sounds like a great framework for that

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Jose Mingorance13:06:38

Fannie Mae have used DOJOs since early 2019.

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Jose Mingorance14:06:07

Here is our program logo. We give swag to the teams that complete the 6 weeks program.

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Bryan Finster - Walmart (Speaker)14:06:32

We'd love everyone to come join. :)

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T. Alexander Lystad15:06:25

is that a Dojo for Dojos?

Jose Mingorance15:06:39

Scrum of Scrum for DOJOs

Bryan Finster - Walmart (Speaker)15:06:48

Please come to our talk about the Dojo Consortium tomorrow! It more a cross-enterprise CoP.

Jose Mingorance15:06:42

Good topics and collaboration across companies. We visited Verizon’s and Target’s DOJOs multiple times before implementing it at Fannie Mae.

jeff.gallimore (CTIO - Excella, he/him)11:06:04

Welcome to Vendor Dome presented by Sonatype and MuseDev! JoinΒ @stephenΒ (CEO, MuseDev),Β @brianfΒ (CTO, Sonatype), andΒ @weeksΒ (VP, Sonatype) for a frank, interactive, and authentic discussion (not product pitches) about DevSecOps starting at 12:30pm London time. Post your questions for them inΒ #ask-the-speaker-track-4 before and during the session. Get more info at https://virtualdevopsenterprisesumm.sched.com/event/clBM/the-dirty-truth-of-devsecops-feedback-loops-culture-clashes-and-bionic-adversaries-musedev-and-sonatype

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Huub van der Wouden11:06:31

My compliments to thomas limoncelli! Thanks for your presentation on making a cultural challenge smaller with some low threshold actions.

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Huub van der Wouden11:06:31

My compliments to thomas limoncelli! Thanks for your presentation on making a cultural challenge smaller with some low threshold actions.

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πŸ™ @tal!!!!

Steve Thair (DevOpsGroup)15:06:44

@tal need you in the #bof-next-gen-ops sessions tomorrow! lots of people seem very lost about what next-gen-ops is, who are the thought leaders... WHAT IS THE OPS MANIFESTO AND WHY DON'T WE HAVE ONE!!! πŸ˜›

Steve Thair (DevOpsGroup)15:06:09

Could do with @allspaw and @damon sharing their thoughts on next-gen-ops too!

Steve Thair (DevOpsGroup)15:06:34

great - see you in #bof-next-gen-ops tomorrow at 1425!

ItsAsh (ITREV Event Staff)11:06:47

Tell Us MoreΒ :face_with_monocle:Β -Β https://doesvirtual.com/tasktopΒ - For traditional organizations that have many apps, services, and projects, how do you start to organize them into product value streams?

ItsAsh (ITREV Event Staff)11:06:47

Tell Us MoreΒ :face_with_monocle:Β -Β https://doesvirtual.com/tasktopΒ - For traditional organizations that have many apps, services, and projects, how do you start to organize them into product value streams?

Carmen13:06:49

Well we start with the current state and then work with customers to choose a few to start the journey with. So yes we have started this journey with many large organizations.

Carmen13:06:35

I will be talking a little about this tomorrow in our talk but we also have more resources on this. You can also email me at <mailto:carmen.deardo@tasktop.com|carmen.deardo@tasktop.com>

Carmen13:06:36

Typically we recommend starting with one external product value stream and one internal to learn and start to develop patterns for scaling.

Kristine Setschin - GitLab11:06:57

Fun Question for the lunch break - What songs would be on your DevOps playlist?

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Fun Question for the lunch break - What songs would be on your DevOps playlist?

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Kristine Setschin - GitLab11:06:55

feel free to come and share with our team in our booth chat! https://gitlab.zoom.us/j/97666767484

Blake (Community at DZone; Gene Kim Fan Club Member 2,000,005)11:06:19

@ksetschin Dave Anderson from Dynatrace has a really cool song called Full Stack Baby. That song is first to mind on any playlist. I have a clip of it here: https://twitter.com/NeedSampleCode/status/1225104924544946181 Or we could go with the Neverending Story theme song with Gene on Falkor with the lyrics changed to the Neverending Dojo oh oh oh

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Anja11:06:27

Music for the lunchbreak https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zRUwU6ZE-QA

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Music for the lunchbreak https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zRUwU6ZE-QA

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Jason Yavorska11:06:10

I had an idea for a common, portable CI/CD container format for reusable steps. I'm not sure if others would be interested, but it would be awesome to find collaborators and discuss: https://gitlab.com/jyavorska/opencicontainer

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Jason Yavorska11:06:10

I had an idea for a common, portable CI/CD container format for reusable steps. I'm not sure if others would be interested, but it would be awesome to find collaborators and discuss: https://gitlab.com/jyavorska/opencicontainer

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Giulio Vian11:06:03

ideally this should work on GitHub as well

Jason Yavorska11:06:50

Yes, totally agree! The hope would be it works everywhere.

Jason Yavorska11:06:15

There's already a few different formats out there that all do something really similar and are not shareable/reusable.

Giulio Vian11:06:35

there are GH people around this conf like @martinwoodward

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Martin Woodward11:06:04

CDF might be a good place to discuss that: https://cd.foundation/

Jason Yavorska12:06:21

I did bring it by the CDF interoperability group, but they were more focused at the time on having Tekton be the standard. For me at least I'd love to see something that brings the best from each of the solutions that already exist, and is built in a collaborative way.

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Jason Yavorska12:06:55

Interesting link - thanks for sharing Simon!

Matt Cobby (NAB)12:06:07

We've been using 3 musketeers pattern to unify developer experience from laptop to pipeline. https://3musketeers.io/

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Olivier Jacques, DXC13:06:53

Nice goal @jyavorska! I'll check the repo. @matthew.cobby - thanks for the 3 musketeers. We have been doing something really close without knowing it had a name. I'll definitely check this out further as a pattern...

Steve Pereira - Visible Value Stream Consulting12:06:20

Hello to anyone new to DOES! I love that we're growing this experience online here 😍 You're bound to hear a lot about Value Streams throughout the conf, if you're looking for more info: I have a mini-series about Value Streams here https://thinking.visible.is/feed/starting-out And I'd love to talk more if you're curious!

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Steve Pereira - Visible Value Stream Consulting12:06:20

Hello to anyone new to DOES! I love that we're growing this experience online here 😍 You're bound to hear a lot about Value Streams throughout the conf, if you're looking for more info: I have a mini-series about Value Streams here https://thinking.visible.is/feed/starting-out And I'd love to talk more if you're curious!

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Dan // Datadog12:06:01

Steve knows what he’s talking about so get on that mini-series y’all. πŸ˜„

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Steve Pereira - Visible Value Stream Consulting12:06:47

Thanks Dan! I better, it's pretty much all I do :rolling_on_the_floor_laughing:

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Eveline Oehrlich12:06:28

@steveelsewhere This is an excellent picture ...would love to have this in one of our upcoming playbooks.

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Eveline Oehrlich12:06:28

@steveelsewhere This is an excellent picture ...would love to have this in one of our upcoming playbooks.

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Steve Pereira - Visible Value Stream Consulting12:06:30

Absolutely :) we still have a lot of content to share about value streams

Laura Friend12:06:49

πŸ‘‹ Afternoon from Sunny London :uk: β˜€οΈ

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Slackbot12:06:10

Reminder: Don’t miss out on today’s networking time – a chance to connect with other attendees. We have three options starting at 2:25pm London time: 1.Β Β Β Β Lean Coffee (https://us02web.zoom.us/j/9675161156 and #lean-coffee) -- open to the first 64 people who show up! 2.Β Β Β Β Birds of a Feather (#birds-of-a-feather or any of the #bof-* channels) 3.Β Β Β Β Chat Roulette (#snack-club)

Sarah McManus - Datadog12:06:48

πŸ‘‹ DOES! Check out our talk β€œDemystifying DevOps & SRE” starting now!

Dan // Datadog12:06:07

☝️ ooh, it me! 😊

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Yasir - DevOps at LBG12:06:09

cloudy manchester

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cloudy manchester

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Jonathan Evason13:06:00

I'm north Manchester, I can see a little crack of blue sky πŸ™

Steve Pereira - Visible Value Stream Consulting13:06:10

I'm going to miss all the great surprises, but I love how much swag waste we're avoiding by moving this online πŸ’œ

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Steve Pereira - Visible Value Stream Consulting13:06:10

I'm going to miss all the great surprises, but I love how much swag waste we're avoiding by moving this online πŸ’œ

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Giulio Vian13:06:35

books aren't waste πŸ™‚

Simon Rohrer, [Sooner Safer Happier contributor] Saxo Bank, Head of EA and DevEx14:06:27

Came here to also say β€œbooks aren’t waste” :)

Steve Pereira - Visible Value Stream Consulting14:06:26

Oh man. Books also aren't swag πŸ˜…. I was talking about swag. To anyone who needs to hear it: #booksarentwaste :rolling_on_the_floor_laughing:

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Cecilia Judmann (Redgate)13:06:30

<!here>Β we'd love to meet you in the Icebreaker virtual meet and greet for a nice chat. Hope over here:Β https://icebreaker.video/events/PHPji64vTsU3qaOTnETp/room

Traci Myers at Rundeck13:06:30

@steveelsewhere Agreed! πŸ‘†

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ItsAsh (ITREV Event Staff)13:06:07

Tell Us MoreΒ :face_with_monocle:Β -Β https://doesvirtual.com/snykΒ - What are your favorite tools to enable devops process and culture?

ItsAsh (ITREV Event Staff)13:06:07

Tell Us MoreΒ :face_with_monocle:Β -Β https://doesvirtual.com/snykΒ - What are your favorite tools to enable devops process and culture?

Philippe Stemberger14:06:39

Agree with @jtf, but also trying to establish process where the responsability is shared. For example with security, even though Sec Team are responsible of it, it is usually Engineering that bake it into the application. Being able to provide tooling that bring security to the developer, helps break the silos and is favorable to a more DevSecOps practice πŸ™‚ Beside that, Pizza and beer to get people talking 🍻 πŸ• πŸ’ͺ

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Marcus Davage13:06:47

I'm enjoying it so far, but I for one am missing the SWAG! Socks, t-shirts, laptop stickers!

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Marcus Davage13:06:47

I'm enjoying it so far, but I for one am missing the SWAG! Socks, t-shirts, laptop stickers!

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Aoife O'Brien13:06:30

@spufidoo check out https://doesvirtual.com/slack, we are giving away 100 pairs of socks 🧦 we are also in #xpo-slack-does-devops!

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Marcus Davage14:06:22

THanks Sujit! πŸ˜€

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Jonny Leigh14:06:34

One up for sustainability and reducing waste

Raji Natt at Sonatype14:06:49

@spufidoo visit our booth and enter our prize draw, we are giving away some great prizes! https://doesvirtual.com/sonatype

roy woodfine13:06:05

I have a virtual pen for you..

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ItsAsh (ITREV Event Staff)14:06:41

BFF ZoneΒ :star-struck:Β - Find out why Engineering Teams Love SlackΒ andΒ get the chance to win a pair of Slack socks! Download the e-book,Β https://devopsenterprisesummituk.splashthat.com/https://devopsenterprisesummituk.splashthat.com/

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Sujit Neb14:06:48

@alex Getting in and submitting responses isn't working I guess. I submitted few in the morning and still the status is not updated. It is more than 20 minutes. Lolx

brntbeer14:06:03

Anyone have any GitHub feature requests?

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brntbeer14:06:03

Anyone have any GitHub feature requests?

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Thomas DuBuisson14:06:25

The ability to comment on lines, not just diffs, in pull requests.

brntbeer14:06:03

ah! that's a good one

brntbeer14:06:47

@tommd follow up question: would you imagine these comments persist when looking at the file on a given branch or locked to a commit?

Thomas DuBuisson14:06:10

I'd think of them as locked to a commit.

brntbeer14:06:10

let me look at some things internally πŸ˜ƒ

brntbeer14:06:33

drop more requests into #xpo-github ! or in our zoom (which is over there if you want). or just ping me here i dont care~

Sal DiStefano14:06:27

That you update Enterprise Version Features as fast as you do Public Version :-)

brntbeer14:06:43

ha! if only

brntbeer14:06:55

that's definitely on our mindset for the next 12 months.

brntbeer14:06:03

(as a long term enterprise foundational work)

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Giulio Vian15:06:49

hierarchical issues pause, rename, delete Actions workflows and jobs

brntbeer15:06:32

subtasks as issues maybe?

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brntbeer15:06:21

would love to hear more about your mention of action workflows. like β€’ pause an action from going out and delay it (maybe in terms of deployment?) β€’ whatwould the delete be doing? β€’ what is rename?

Giulio Vian15:06:55

I haven't re-checked recently so some might be past issues you set the name in the Yaml, change the name, but the old runs stay there with the old name so UI does not match Yaml

brntbeer15:06:48

ahhhh i see i see. i think the historical data is going to stay the same, but if i edit the file and change the name of the job it should update now

Giulio Vian15:06:59

pause and force run when you are testing workflows, esp. slow complex deployments, you need more control and disable triggers from UI not from Yaml

brntbeer15:06:27

oh i 100% agree about manual triggers!!! we're working on it. stay tuned

Giulio Vian15:06:39

I found myself in the bad habit of a dummy file and dummy commit just to force a workflow to run

brntbeer15:06:13

you could also trigger an action to run based on an issue label to be applied and set some conditionals too

brntbeer15:06:25

not a perfect solution but i regularly demo that for customers

Giulio Vian15:06:52

yes, but you need an innatural issue living there just to trigger the workflow

Giulio Vian15:06:56

would be nice to have a smile/frown button on preview features lately I found an issue with the UI preview but struggled to find how to notify

brntbeer15:06:10

yeah im definitely biting my tongue to not reveal too much about where we're headed with product work but we're looking to make this easier on people.

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Giulio Vian15:06:10

I know that teams are working hard so I am not complaining, more pinpointing what is high pri for me

Steve Thair (DevOpsGroup)15:06:59

@brent939 we've both got too many NDA's to keep track of πŸ˜›

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brntbeer15:06:36

yeah i totally understand. great feedback @gvian

Atul Bhovan14:06:12

If you missed last year's https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xvPKkU_k5YM then this is for you! Hugely inspiring conversation for the whole DevOps community.

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Jonathan Garzon14:06:46

Calling allΒ https://www.sonatype.com/dnt-2020-does-london... πŸ™‚

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Kristine Setschin - GitLab14:06:28

If you could change one tool in your toolchain which one would it be and what would you replace it with?

Kristine Setschin - GitLab14:06:28

If you could change one tool in your toolchain which one would it be and what would you replace it with?

Jevon White14:06:48

Jenkins for literally anything else.

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Matt Cobby (NAB)23:06:26

Jenkins. Anything that didn't use plugins with dependencies

Carmen14:06:37

There are some fantastic free resources here also https://itrevolution.com/forum-papers/

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Steve Spear14:06:09

@jessicam

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ItsAsh (ITREV Event Staff)14:06:23

BFF ZoneΒ :star-struck:Β -Β http://Digital.aiΒ - Brand new for DOES London:Β https://digital.ai/periodic-table-of-devops-toolsΒ This is the newest go-to resource for identifying best-of-breed tools across the software delivery lifecycle. Take a look!

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@jessicam

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@jessicam

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Stephen Magill [Sonatype]15:06:47

Wanted to say good afternoon from the MuseDev team and that we’re loving the summit.Β We’re also excited to share our beta product with the DOES community at https://does.muse.dev.Β We’ll all be hanging out in the break-outs, happy hours, etc. so hopefully we’ll get the chance to connect and chat.Β Those conversations are my favorite part of DOES!

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Macca15:06:48

Will this be the hottest ever London DOES? 34 deg for London tomorrow.... #suncream whilst appreciating all the great talks from the garden...

jeff.gallimore (CTIO - Excella, he/him)15:06:39

<!here> The plenary sessions have started again. Make your way back to your browser to watch the action!

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inactive15:06:00

I’m so happy that @erica.morrison is presenting!!! Thank you!!!

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Scott Prugh (CTO - CSG) DOES Prog Committee15:06:56

Incident Analysis is a vital skill. See @allspaw talk later.

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Chris Weston15:06:58

Good learning for anyone there. What you say is not always what others hear...

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Chris Weston15:06:58

Good learning for anyone there. What you say is not always what others hear...

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Steve Pereira - Visible Value Stream Consulting15:06:39

This also goes for writing as well! For me, that's a huge advantage of mapping to bridge the gap in understanding and perspective.

Steve Thair (DevOpsGroup)15:06:54

@brent939 why was I not told this exists! this is what the internet was invented for! https://myoctocat.com/build-your-octocat/

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Steve Thair (DevOpsGroup)15:06:54

@brent939 why was I not told this exists! this is what the internet was invented for! https://myoctocat.com/build-your-octocat/

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Jesse Cafarelli15:06:34

ive always wondered what I would look like as a github mascot, now I know

brntbeer15:06:43

so at some of our conferences we bring the actual display to allow you to do this on massive touch screens and PRINT THE STICKERS

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Ferrix Hovi - Head of DevOps - Siili18:06:26

@brent939 Now that you mentioned... when can you MAIL THE STICKERS? πŸ˜„

Philipp BΓΆschen, TUI, DevOps Coach, (he/him)15:06:54

Dr. Richard Cooks keynote from 2018 was mindblowing https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ZP98stDUf0 Hearing that mentioned just now πŸ™‚

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John Willis15:06:24

Seems to me Adaptive Capacity Labs and Black Rock 3 stuff are conflict.Β How do both work?

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brntbeer15:06:30

If anyone wants live demos / or troubleshooting GitHub things, i'll be back in #xpo-github tomorrow around 1030 BST! bring your grievances or questions

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Slackbot16:06:18

Reminder: Videos of plenary talks are available after they air so all the plenary talks for today are available now. Videos of all breakout talks over all three days are also available now. View them at https://doesvirtual.com/library. The slides are available for download, too! Dropbox: http://itrevolution.com/DOES20-db GitHub: http://itrevolution.com/DOES20-git

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Slackbot16:06:18

Reminder: Videos of plenary talks are available after they air so all the plenary talks for today are available now. Videos of all breakout talks over all three days are also available now. View them at https://doesvirtual.com/library. The slides are available for download, too! Dropbox: http://itrevolution.com/DOES20-db GitHub: http://itrevolution.com/DOES20-git

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Jenny Lynam08:06:54

@creilly FYI

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Slackbot16:06:31

Reminder: Please submit your feedback for the talks you attended. It’s so valuable for us and the speakers. And after all, feedback is a gift and sharing is caring!

Carissa Morrow16:06:11

Our team very much enjoyed Findings from the Field @allspaw . Lots of insight in that

Carissa Morrow16:06:11

Our team very much enjoyed Findings from the Field @allspaw . Lots of insight in that

Slackbot16:06:21

Reminder: Just because we’re not together in person doesn’t mean we can’t have a happy hour! We’ll have hosted sessions, a general session, and some IT Revolution authors doing Ask Me Anything sessions. You can even pick up some books (virtually, of course). Check out #happy-hour for more info.

Luke Rettig - Sr Director Target16:06:57

Awesome Day 1! who has to go to work now 😒 ?

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Luke Rettig - Sr Director Target16:06:57

Awesome Day 1! who has to go to work now 😒 ?

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rose g16:06:00

bed time on this side of the world 😴

Slackbot16:06:05

Reminder: Don’t miss an opportunity for live Q&A with @allspaw at 6:25pm London time as a follow-up to his closing talk today. Join the discussion at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83625560792?pwd=c1Y3b1dTTklqQ3NOTTkxa2N6SGxGdz09#success

Slackbot16:06:05

Reminder: Don’t miss an opportunity for live Q&A with @allspaw at 6:25pm London time as a follow-up to his closing talk today. Join the discussion at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83625560792?pwd=c1Y3b1dTTklqQ3NOTTkxa2N6SGxGdz09#success

Jeffrey Fredrick, Author-Agile Conversations16:06:49

😿 sorry to miss this! Scheduled something else because I thought the conference schedule was done.

Olivier Jacques, DXC16:06:22

I knew croissants had something special! πŸ₯

Olivier Jacques, DXC16:06:22

I knew croissants had something special! πŸ₯

Shaaron A Alvares16:06:04

are there HH zoom links?

Shaaron A Alvares16:06:04

are there HH zoom links?

Shaaron A Alvares16:06:21

Thank you πŸ™‚

John Willis16:06:52

I'll join the fun.. Here's a zoom link where I'll be hanging out to talk about the Handbook or Beyond the Phoenix Project. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87567853321?pwd=RVY2MjFQaUwxSmpQSWY0azRmTFNZZz09

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Slackbot16:06:13

Reminder: Get your copy of Project to Product by @mik at #happy-hour today, thanks to Tasktop!

Slackbot16:06:13

Reminder: Get your copy of Project to Product by @mik at #happy-hour today, thanks to Tasktop!

Laurel Heenan (Tasktop)16:06:45

Stop by the https://doesvirtual.com/tasktop to claim your complimentary copy!

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Ryan Marfurt17:06:52

Any way to get a hard copy?

Laurel Heenan (Tasktop)17:06:20

Hi Ryan, I will DM you

Slackbot17:06:15

Reminder: Don’t miss an opportunity for live Q&A with @allspaw at 6:25pm London time as a follow-up to his closing talk today. Join the discussion at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83625560792?pwd=c1Y3b1dTTklqQ3NOTTkxa2N6SGxGdz09#success

Slackbot17:06:15

Reminder: Don’t miss an opportunity for live Q&A with @allspaw at 6:25pm London time as a follow-up to his closing talk today. Join the discussion at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83625560792?pwd=c1Y3b1dTTklqQ3NOTTkxa2N6SGxGdz09#success

Luke Rettig - Sr Director Target23:06:48

i dont know about anyone else, but i’m ready for day 2

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Luke Rettig - Sr Director Target23:06:48

i dont know about anyone else, but i’m ready for day 2

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inactive01:06:53

Long days for you there in Minneapolis, @lucas.rettig!!!

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Patrick S. Kelso03:06:13

I'm still catching up on day one for the sessions I missed while I was sleeping. Definitely the best setup remote conference I've attended though. I actually want to login for day 2 πŸ™‚

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