Discover the platform engineering approach of two financial organizations
Platforms are the means for developers to get the work done. But good developer experience (DX) isn't just a luxury; it's a strategic imperative—attracting and retaining talented developers.
Join us for a discussion with Millennium BCP and Bankdata experts, Thomas and Nuno, as they share real-world examples and best practices of how their teams approach platform engineering.
Discover how a focus on DX can empower your team to reduce cognitive overload, deliver value, and revolutionize your development process.
Gain insights into:
- Tackling cognitive overload and improving developer experience head-on.
- Understanding that tools are merely the means to an end in making developers' lives easier.
- How platform engineering can be your secret weapon for enabling developers to deliver value.
1.00 PM CET
30 min presentations + 30 min facilitated discussions
Cloud Compute Lead, Milennium BCPNuno has been working on a development platform and is taking platform engineering quite seriously in Millennium BCP.
Thomas Højmark Grønbæk
Senior Manager - Decentral SCM & CI, BankdataThomas leads two outstanding platform teams on a tireless queuest to deliver best-in-class support and state-of-the-art developer tools, toolchains and frameworks for more than 500 developers. Him and the teams have embraced platform engineering, providing insights and removing friction to make Bankdata's development teams go as fast as possible and continuously improve their software delivery performance.
Lead DevOps Consultant, Eficode
Andy started his career as an electronic warfare and operations specialist in fast attack submarines. After ten years there, he spent several years working in the telecoms industry, working with various providers, vendors, and cloud use cases. Currently, he is advising and helping organizations to be successful in their cloud use and DevOps journeys for Eficode.
He has worked in (and under) all corners of the globe. This vast experience has taught him to keep an open mind, look for all points of view, and find innovative solutions.
Andy speaks at conferences about DevOps and cloud native solutions, and co-hosts the DevOps Sauna podcast.