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new talks Amsterdam Kief Morris and Willy Wijnands
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+author: Kief Morris
+title: "We can't do Devops Here"
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+
+**Abstract:**
+
+A growing number of people in the corporate world are becoming aware
+of DevOps, and hoping that its ideas can help them become better at
+delivering and supporting software. I've had the opportunity to meet,
+visit, and work with a number of companies looking into this, and I've
+noticed a some patterns in the things that people think make DevOps
+too hard to make work for them.
+
+"DevOps sounds great in theory, but it isn't realistic for us, it just
+wouldn't work here".
+
+The company where the development team needs to talk to 12 different
+teams and wait 6 weeks in order to get a new virtual machine. For
+development.
+
+The team which has two people whose full time job is merging code branches.
+
+The development team which developed an automatically deployable
+application on Linux on AWS and delivered it to an IT team which
+deployed by hand to Solaris.
+
+I can't claim to have solved all of these problems, but I have found a
+number of patterns and approaches which have been useful in moving
+people in the right direction, and I would like to share and discuss
+them.
+
+**Speaker:**
+
+Kief Morris
+
+Kief is a software delivery consultant with ThoughtWorks in London, specializing in tools, practices, and processes for the continuous delivery of software.
+http://www.kief.com
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+author: Willy Wijnands
+title: eduscrum, scrum in the classroom
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+
+**Abstract:**
+
+eduScrum is an edit for Secondary Education/High School.
+
+eduScrum uses the powerful ceremonies, roles and tools of Scrum. In this way the group owned scrum board gives the students an overview and the structure to make the group’s work transparent. Every lesson starts with the stand-up, which sees to it that there is a focus and a bond, this also put them in the right work mode. The retrospectives help students to continuously improve their tactics.
+In eduScrum learning is the key element: smarter learning, learning to cooperate better, more responsibility, more freedom, learning to get to know themselves better. Because of that eduScrum owns an extra ceremony: creating teams on the basis of additional qualities. Own and extra instruments have also been developed. These instruments challenge and appeal to young people. With that eduScrum puts a powerful pedagogic layer under Scrum.
+
+**Speaker:**
+
+Willy Wijnands, behalf of the eduScrum team.
+
+Willy Wijnands is a science and physics teacher, Jan van Rossum is a science teacher, both on the Ashram College in Alphen aan de Rijn. Ellen Reehorst is an education designer and trainer. Together they form the eduScrum team and are developing an educational version of scrum: eduScrum.
+http://www.eduscrum.nl/
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