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Saturday, November 21 • 2:00pm - 2:20pm
The Power of Lazy Engineers

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If an engineer is lazy enough, he/she can be an engine for the company.

Mitsuyuki Shiiba says "DevOps is fight against Muda(wastes)". He talks why lazy enough engineers can be key persons to drive changes and what they actually bring to the team and the company. There are three key points.
 
His talk is based on his Scrum and DevOps hands-on experience at Rakuten Osaka branch for more than 5 years which brought many changes there. And he introduces how the development is at Rakuten Osaka branch currently.

Target Audience:
  • If you are an engineer, you can get the courage to be lazier:) and how to become the key persons to drive changes in the company.
  • If you are a manager, you can get the key points to build stronger team and how to make the best of the power of lazy engineers.


Video Recorded:
https://youtu.be/YtdTbn_tVfI?list=PLNVIqXmk6x8yxm3uM_Mw062imX76q_t2s

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Mitsuyuki Shiiba

Web Application Engineer, Rakuten, Inc.
I'm a Java web application engineer, leading a DevOps team at Rakuten Osaka branch. I'm interested in how to deliver more valuable products more rapidly with a small team. That's why I introduced Scrum, Domain Driven Design and User Story Mapping to the team. As a result, we became strong one team involving not only developers, but also designers and business members. Then now I enjoy coding and Kaizen in the team:)


Saturday November 21, 2015 2:00pm - 2:20pm
4th Floor : Track B Asakai B