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Excited to Present Two Sessions at Engage 2018

Bill Malchisky  April 30 2018 08:18:27 PM
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Last year at Engage 2017, I had such a great time in Antwerp, I absolutely wanted to submit for Engage 2018 in Rotterdam. Very pleased to be speaking again. First, a brief look at a couple of awesome enhancements to the conference web application.

New Ways to Locate Sessions

Theo created two new views as a way to find information quickly. If you navigate to the Home page, then Session Details, you will see at the top two new views: Search by Speaker and Search by Timeslot. The first makes it really easy to locate what a particular speaker is offering this year. Here's an example listing the session for my friend: Serdar. Want to view quickly all of the sessions and abstracts across a particular day and time combination? The second one is perfect.

My Sessions

First session -
Adm21 - ICS on Linux Roundtable
I am pleased to be speaking with such talented individuals as Daniel Nashed and Barry Rosen once again. New this year are the excellent additions of Drew Birnbaum  and Martin Leyrer from IBM! In our one-hour session all five of us will be offering insight into what IBM is doing with their Linux server and client vision for ICS software. We have all the bases covered from technical, strategy, and management. Bring your questions so that we have an informative and lively discussion. Definitely provide your input to both IBM and HCL. They are receptive and listening. Looking forward to you joining us!

Second session -
Str21. Earning the Respect of the Developers You Manage (Click and scroll)
Next, I will offering insight and positive outcomes from managing both small and large teams for critical client projects. This is my foray into the Business & Strategy track and I am very excited.

This session focuses on improving intra-team coherence. When responsible for development resources, extending further one's management skills helps earn their respect and while leading the team together in a positive direction. We will review some proven techniques to work better with your team, provide use cases, all while addressing your respective management challenges. Let us learn from each other in Rotterdam.

See you in Rotterdam. Please stop by and say, "Hi!"
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