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** PLEASE REGISTER HERE ** https://airtable.com/shrviNBhvVZT1jcty?prefill_Event=Scrum%40Scale%20Origins GOTO Nights and Digital Accelerator in Novo Nordisk are happy to welcome you to this online meetup on August 12, 2020, at 15:30 pm CEST, featuring Dr. Jeff Sutherland the Scrum master on Scrum@Scale Origins. AGENDA 15.30: Short welcome by GOTO and Novo Nordisk 15:35: "Scrum@Scale Origins" 16.15: Q&A 16.55: Thank you for attending tonight's GOTO Night in collaboration with Digital Accelerator in Novo Nordisk. ABOUT THE TALK In this session, Dr. Jeff Sutherland (inventor of Scrum@Scale and Scrum Framework) will share the origins of the Scrum@Scale framework. Dr. Jeff Sutherland developed Scrum@Scale based on patterns of high performing teams, the fundamental principles of Scrum, Complex Adaptive Systems theory, game theory, and object-oriented technology. Jeff will share key concepts and case studies of Scrum@Scale implementations and how the framework enables companies to scale without losing productivity. ABOUT THE SPEAKER Jeff is the inventor and co-creator of Scrum. He is a West Point graduate, former fighter pilot, and cancer researcher, as well as, CTO of eleven different software companies. He launched the first Scrum team in 1993 and has shepherded its growth into almost every industry: finance, healthcare, higher education, and telecom. He co-authored the bestselling book Scrum: The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time. His latest book is A Scrum Book: The Spirit of the Game. ** PLEASE REGISTER HERE ** https://airtable.com/shrviNBhvVZT1jcty?prefill_Event=Scrum%40Sale%20Origins
Thank you to all of you who filled out the form we recently sent out asking for your preferred tech stack, to help shape this talk around building a reactive web app. Our speakers are currently working on putting together a talk around the results and on September 10 will dive into building a reactive web app using the winning tech stack: Frontend: React with Redux Toolkit and TypeScript Backend: Java 14, Spring WebFlux and Reactive Streams More info around this talk coming soon...