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With a PhD in Engineering, and an MBA, she is passionate about the intersection between cutting edge technologies and how these will be used, placing a significant emphasis on the enablement and adoption of new tools and specialises in bridging the gap between business and technical stakeholders.

Elinor Swery

Solutions Engineer and Head of Partnerships
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English, Hebrew
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Location:
Tel Aviv, Israel
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Can also give an online talk/webinar
Paid only. Contact speaker for pricing!

MY TALKS

Debugging debugging; why we must approach debugging differently

Software Engineering

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Debugging, in its various forms, has been around for as long as people have been developing code. It is a critical step in the creation and maintenance of code. No matter what it is that you are developing, you will undoubtedly have an array of issues, and debugging enables you to get to the bottom of these; to find the bug and to then find a fix for it.

But debugging, as we know it, is broken. It takes time, it is always a struggle to get the exact data you want, and worst of all, you are often called to debug at the most inconvenient times.

In this talk, we will delve into the reasons why debugging techniques are broken. Why a method that was developed last century is no longer relevant (or useful) to our ever evolving technology stacks of today, and what advances have been made in the space to ensure that everyone can use the right tools for the right use case.

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Driving adoption of new tools: how to turn a new tool into an essential part of a developer’s workflow

Soft Skills, Professional Development, Leadership, Product

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Making new products stick is challenging and getting people to use new tools is even more challenging. In today’s ever-changing world, where there are different tools for any potential use case, it is difficult to make sure your users’ are paying attention to your specific tool.

In this talk, we will discuss various techniques to make new products stick; how a company can make sure that the users are getting the most out of it. We will delve into how to make the most of innovators and early adopters in the team, and how consistent and continuous communication will ensure that with time users automatically go to use the new tool, without thinking twice about it. Additionally, we will discuss how you should change your approach based on the company that you are interacting with; how introducing a new tool in a small start ups is different to working with a large enterprise and its distributed teams.

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