Track Host: Sophie Weston

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Principal Engineer @ClearBank, Co-Organizer of DevOpsDays London & FastFlowConf

Sophie has spent nearly thirty years working in technology as a software engineer and DevOps advocate. These days her main focus is on ways of working, helping to create happy, effective teams and build a good engineering culture.

This is what she does in her current role as Principal Engineer at ClearBank. Prior to that, she worked with Matthew Skelton (co-author of Team Topologies) helping organisations to adopt Team Topologies and fast flow ways of working.

An active member of the wider tech community, she is an ambassador for Women In Tech York, co-organiser of DevOpsDays London and FastFlowConf, and has even been known to give the occasional talk herself.

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How Do Teams Really Work?

What organizational structure, culture and processes do companies really use to get stuff done at a team level? This track will include case studies from a variety of companies on things like how you do architecture without architects, what processes work in planning and tracking work, and how to build and maintain a positive and inclusive culture.


Tuesday Apr 9 / 10:35AM BST