March 7-9, 2018
Montreal, Canada

We're doing it all wrong

A long time ago, the human race started writing software. Fast forward to today, and the way we expect software to be built has not changed: it always gets done, late, over budget, under-featured, too late to market, and many other failures we all encountered. With so much failure part of our day-to-day work, the time has come to accept that we're doing it all wrong.

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Sebastien Lambla

Sebastien has been clogging the internet tubes since 1994, when he started on a long journey of discussing technical matters and unicorns. He is known for having been a keen open-source advocate, sometimes even contributor, a distributed systems aficionado, a ReST proponent, a speaker, a trainer, an architect, a diversity advocate, and anything that he’s managed to put his hands on. His passion has lead him to creating bugs in most languages.

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