Going through a business transformation? Hiring more people won’t necessarily increase your ability to ship great software - but it is guaranteed to increase complexity and hoops people need to jump through to ship great software.
So then how exactly do you get the most out of your top performing teams?
Sometimes, all you need to do is shift out of their way and empower them to do their jobs.
And how do you do that? Enable end-to-end self-service.
Almost 100% of the top performing teams have an end-to-end self-service setup for their developers. Developer self-service changes everything, from productivity and process to output and ownership.
During this roundtable, we’ll discuss:
*Beer logistics - Register by 15th of March so we can make sure it gets to you on time (alcohol-free beers are available too).
** This is an invite only event. If you would like to apply for one of the last available seats, please fill out the form and let us know why you would like to attend.
Kaspar is an early pioneer in platform engineering. Over the last decade he has been building Internal Developer Platforms (IDPs) at scale, and is responsible for coining the term IDP. A regular speaker on the topic of platform engineering, Kaspar is the author of several associated defining articles. He is also the founder and CEO of Humanitec, the company behind Score and the Platform Orchestrator which is now the centerpiece at the majority of dynamic IDPs.