CoffeeTalks bei jambit
  • , 1 – 4:00 p.m.
  • Via livestream

CoffeeTalks II / 2021

The second jambit CoffeeTalks of the year will take place on June 18, 2021. As series of events for jambitees and guests, the CoffeeTalks offer know-how around software development and related topics. They are a building block of our top-of-mind knowledge culture and are part of the attractive offer for individual personnel development of jambit's software developers, along with Vertrauenslernzeit and other building blocks.

At our second CoffeeTalks this year, guests and jambitees can look forward to objective and high-quality talks on hexagonal architecture, hype-driven software development, and the Arrow's impossibility theorem.

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Program of our jambit CoffeeTalks II / 2021

The Arrow's impossibility theorem or why Scrum requires exactly one product owner

1 – 1:45 p.m.: Kevin Schaefer, working student, and Dr. Walter Mickel, Head of Subsidiary Frankfurt

The Arrow's impossibility theorem states that there is no "fair" process in case of a proposal to be selected from a list of three or more possibilities by two or more parties. Kevin Schaefer, working student at jambit, and Dr. Walter Mickel, Head of Subsidiary Frankfurt, will demonstrate in their CoffeeTalk what this means for prioritizing backlogs, for example. Our two jambitees will prove the theorem even for non-mathematicians and build the bridge to everyday consequences of the theorem, be it in family decisions about the next vacation destination or which delivery pact should be delivered in a Scaled Scrum project. They will show why corporations are not basic democracies and what S3 does differently in decision making.

Introduction to Hexagonal Architecture Theory and Practice in Projects

2:15 – 2:45 p.m.: Matthias Egger, Senior Software Architect

"Hexagonal architecture" has recently gained popularity again – but what does the term actually mean? In his talk, Senior Software Architect Matthias Egger will clarify terms and components such as ports and adapters and will explain underlying concepts and paradigms. Matthias will use examples to show how to structure a project hexagonally and how to wire everything together in a meaningful way. Participants in the CoffeeTalks will also learn: Why and when should hexagonal architecture be chosen? What are the advantages and arguments to use it? The CoffeeTalk is aimed at all interested parties, but especially systems engineers, back-end developers, and software architects.

Hype-driven software development

3:15 – 4:00 p.m.: Marco Spörl, Knowledge Broker and Project Manager, and Arnim Kreutzer, Senior Software Engineer

Who doesn't fancy a new tool? It shines, it is clean, smells good, and problems are waiting everywhere to be solved with it. The tool makes everything better, doesn't it? In individual software development, teams often tread a fine line between necessary renewal and the economic interests of all parties. Marco Spörl and Arnim Kreutzer, jambitees with many years of project experience, are familiar with these trade-offs and advise to not join every hype.

Our jambit CoffeeTalks II / 2021 at a glance

  • WHO? Our jambitees Kevin Schaefer, Dr. Walter Mickel, Matthias Egger, Marco Spörl, and Arnim Kreutzer
  • WHAT? jambit CoffeeTalks II / 2021
  • WHEN? Friday, June 18, 2021, 1–4:00 p.m.
  • WHERE? Via Livestream

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