Practices of the Web Giants
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MINICURSO GRATUITO NÍVEL AVANÇADO MC140

In the US and everywhere else, the Web Giants are reinventing the way IT is done. These revolutionaries are Amazon, Facebook, Google, Netflix, and LinkedIn, to name but a few.


Let's discover the innovative practices that make them so successful, and how they:

  • Reduce their Time To Market by using practices like Lean Startup and Continuous Deployment,
  • Address ever-growing challenges relating to increases in traffic by adopting NOSQL and Commodity Hardware technologies,
  • Maintain excellence and high-quality by applying the 2-Pizza Team principle and by keeping their teams Feature-oriented while never forgetting the importance of measurement.

This talk is aimed at anyone interested in drawing inspiration from the Giants’ business culture: marketing teams, project managers, architects, managers, IT directors, and geeks of all creeds.

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Mathieu Despriee

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Mathieu is a senior architect and consultant at OCTO Technology.
He had the opportunity to work on various contexts and responsibilities:


Octo
  • Team leader in development projects
  • Large scale agile transformation
  • Architecture audits
  • Development process audit, for a transition to DevOps approaches

He is also interested in high performance and scalable architectures, and did several missions in this context:


  • State of the art in distributed transaction systems, at Amadeus
  • Hadoop POC to manipulate high volumetry streams of events, at Orange
  • Cloud storage architecture audit, at Digiposte

Mathieu is active in OCTO R&D activities around BigData and NoSQL.
He gave talks in several conferences:



Before OCTO, Mathieu had a long experience in a telecom startup company, where he built the Information System, and developed a billing system with his team.
He is graduated from a french engineering school, ENSEIRB, in 2001.