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Presentation: "Keynote: One Hacker Way"

Time: Monday 18:20 - 19:10 / Location: Grandball

Erik challenges the basic ideas on Scrum & Agile and how developers should be developing code for the future. In the next decade every business will be digitized and effectively become a software company. Leveraging software, and, in general, computational thinking, to make a business responsive to change using a closed-loop feedback system will be crucial to surviving in this new world where business = data + algorithms. Erik discusses feedback theories, continuous improrovment examples, and how traditional companies are turning into software companies. Ideas for this keynote are outlined in this blog post:

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Erik Meijer, Founder at Applied Duality, Inc.

Erik Meijer

Biography: Erik Meijer

Erik Meijer is an accomplished programming-language designer who has worked on a wide range of languages, including Haskell, Mondrian, X#, Cω, Scope, C#, Visual Basic, Hack, and Dart. He is also the inventor of the Reactive Extensions (Rx), the default industry standard family of APIs for reactive programming. His startup Applied Duality offers services, tools and products to help enterprises leverage Rx at all levels of the stack, from building mobile apps on Android to running massively scalable backend infrastructure in the Cloud.

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