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Presentation: "Brain Patterns for Software Development"

Track: Freestyle Track / Time: Friday 11:30 - 12:20 / Location: Hall 5

Did you ever wonder what must have been on your customers mind during requirement analysis? Have you been puzzled by how that latest architectural decision turned out? Are you still trying to figure out why those important product backlog entries never make it to the top?
Have you? So did we...
Thus we delved into the latests neuroscientific findings and identified a number of brain patterns that have a high impact on team and product performance. These brain patterns are an easy way to raise issues and foster mutual understanding in development teams or with customers.
Our talk will be highly interactive and use your own experiences. 
And... it starts right now:
Help us to identify the situations that really matter to you. 
Share your stories and questions with us on Twitter using #brainpatterns or write a mail to patterns [at] and we try to answer them during the talk. 
(Deadline Nov, 15th, anonymity guaranteed!)

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Jan Gentsch, Agile Coach and Pearl Diver

Jan Gentsch

Biography: Jan Gentsch

Jan is an expert in blending agile and traditional approaches to software management and organisational development. Equipped with a map to profound experiments and a good sense of humor he supports teams and organisations of all sizes on their quest of improving and adapting new ways of working.

Twitter: @jang_ac93

Julia Dellnitz, Founder and Chief Play Officer of Learnical

Julia Dellnitz

Biography: Julia Dellnitz

Julia Dellnitz creates playful and interactive learning formats for tech companies. Her passion is to support experts in developing and implementing innovative (IT-) products and processes. She has managed large change and IT implementation initiatives over the last decade and has worked with over 5.000 people around the globe on learning and innovation topics. Julia is the co-founder and Chief Play Officer of Learnical, Hamburg.

twitter: @learnical