As part of Leeds Digital Festival 2019, Conflux hosted the “Sustainable Digital Delivery” event - half a day of talks from local industry experts and community leaders. The topics for the day ranged from the engineering culture, MVP to open API - there was something for everyone. Also, the attendees had an opportunity to discuss the topics further with the speakers after the talks.
M is for MVP (or is it?) - Clem Pickering - Infinity Works
Clem Pickering of Infinity Works discusses how an MVP is not exactly MVP and how we should change the definition to establishing regular, iterative delivery.
Techniques for sustainable digital delivery at scale - Ben Davison - Axiologik
Ben Davison of Axiologik discusses what digital is and the techniques for sustainable digital delivery at scale.
Sustainable software delivery through operability - Matthew Skelton - Conflux
Matthew Skelton of Conflux discusses how a focus on operability can help to make software delivery more sustainable for organisations and teams.
I was fortunate to hear a talk recently by Martin Aspeli, Head of Engineering at Deloitte Digital, explaining how and why to use metrics to predict software delivery rather than estimates. Here are my brief notes: