Die jambit Coffee Talks II 2019 am 17. Mai
  • , 1.00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
  • jambit GmbH, Munich

jambit CoffeeTalks II / 2019

Four times a year, the jambit CoffeeTalks offer entertaining lectures from our colleagues. They are just one of many reasons, why it's great to be a jambitee.

While enjoying a delicious cup of jambit coffee, we will learn more about AWS Lambda Functions, how systemic attitude can help us in the daily work, and which problems occur with the practical implementation of agility. Interesting topics that should not be missed by all jambitees and also external interested parties.

The Agenda for the jambit CoffeeTalks II / 2019

1:00 – 1:45 p.m.: AWS Lambda Functions

Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Christian Mang, Senior Software Architect, Business Division Banking & Insurance

AWS Lambda functions are part of Amazon's “Serverless Application Model”. Serverless means there is no server to configure. And yet there is a small piece of silicon somewhere that executes code. But how are they activated? Is it just a single function?

We will look at the possibilities and limits of Lambda functions. Focusing on Java8, we will have a look at the connection to other AWS services. We will also cover the topics of IAM (Identity and Access Management), DynamoDB, API Gateway and CloudWatch.

2:15 – 3:00 p.m.: Change of Perspective | Systemic Attitude

Dr. Thomas Müller, Head of Department Audi Mobility, Business Division Automotive Bavaria

“Objectivity is the delusion that observations could be made without an observer.” - Heinz von Foerster

When people connect with other people, everyone sees their own kind of movie. The results are systems that are too complex to describe with linear and causal relations. The approach on systemic attitude teaches us that each of us sees only a small part of the "truth". And it shows that the perspectives on this "truth" can be very different.

How can this attitude help us see things differently, understand our customers better and get a good night’s sleep? In his lecture, Dr. Thomas Müller will describe his understanding of systemic attitude and will bring vivid examples from daily (project) life. By explaining the difference between a systemic coach and a scrum coach, he is building a bridge to our third CoffeeTalk.

3:30 – 4:30 p.m.: Agile. You're Doing It Wrong.

Dipl.-Inf. Daniel Benkmann & Dipl.-Inf. (FH) Marco Spörl, M.Sc., Senior Software Architect & Senior Project Manager, Business Division New Business & Media

Agile working is more an attitude rather than a method! Nevertheless, in our "agile" everyday life we mainly focus on frameworks and tools. Scrum ceremonies are run dutifully without really improving teamwork. Project managers, re-named “Product Owners“ by their bosses, try to micromanage their teams, while the developers work on features from Sprint to Sprint that no end user needs.

Daniel Benkmann and Marco Spörl are ranting about their experiences with the practical implementation of agility and showing how the revival ​​of the Agile Manifesto’s values can solve many problems.

Our jambit CoffeeTalks II / 2019 at a glance.

External guests wanting to participate please register by e-mail at coffeetalks@jambit.com.

  • WHO? Our jambitees Christian Mang, Thomas Müller, Daniel Benkmann, and Marco Spörl
  • WHAT? jambit CoffeeTalks II / 2019
  • WHEN? Friday, May 17, 2019, from 1:00 to 4:30 p.m.
  • WHERE? jambit GmbH, Erika-Mann-Straße 63, 80636 Munich, near the train station "Donnersberger Brücke"

Not in Munich? No problem! At our subsidiaries in Stuttgart and Leipzig, our CoffeeTalks will be transmitted via livestream to the big screen.

Die jambit CoffeeTalks am 17. Mai 2019

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