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Presentation: "Beyond DevOps"

Track: DevOps / Time: Thursday 14:30 - 15:20 / Location: Strassburg

Beyond DevOps

DevOps is all about collaboration between developers and operations people, and that is a Good Thing. But what about product managers, analysts, graphic designers, marketing managers, customer support reps? How do you foster collaboration within the *whole* company?

At Wooga, we use a two-pronged approach: (1) We have many small teams, that are independent from each other. (2) We use a number of tricks to increase communication across teams. In this talk, I will share some of these simple and easy-to-emulate recipes with you, and explain how they help us take DevOps to the next level.

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Tim Lossen, Backend Engineer at Wooga

Tim Lossen

Biography: Tim Lossen

As well as being the creator of the open source hardware project Evercube, Tim Lossen is also the creator of remodel -- a minimal ORM (object-redis-mapper) in a few hundred lines of ruby.

Despite being the man behind events including (the lightning-talk conference) and Euroku (the european ruby conference), Tim still finds the time to be responsible for the design and implementation of high-traffic backend systemsa at Wooga, one of the most popular social games developers for web and mobile in the world.

Tim loves to find simple and elegant solutions for hairy problems, and his other projects include Unobtainium, and