“we are all remote” at Cultivate NYC

It’s official!! I’ll be speaking about remoties at the O’Reilly Cultivate conference in NYC! Cultivate is being held on 28-29 Sept 2015, in the Javits conference center, in New York City. This is intentionally the same week, and same location, as the O’Reilly Strata+Hadoop World conference, so if you lead others in your organization, and […]

RelEngCon 2015: Call for papers

Preparations for RelEngConf 2015 are officially in full swing. This means two things: 1) RelEngCon 2015 is now accepting proposals for talks/sessions. If you have a good industry-related or academic-focused topic in the area of Release Engineering, please have a look at the Release Engineering conference guidelines, and submit your proposal before the deadline of […]

“We are ALL Remoties” (Nov2014 edition)

Its been a while since I last blogged about “remoties”, but it continues to be a very popular topic! In addition to Twilio in February, I’ve given presentations at Automattic (best known for WordPress), RiotGames (twice) and Haas, UCBerkeley (twice), as well as smaller private discussions with several other companies. You can get the slides […]

“The Value of RelEng” Keynote at USENIX URES East 2014

I was honored to give the opening keynote for USENIX URES14 East in Philadelphia in June 2014. “The Value of Release Engineering as a Force Multiplier” keynote built on top of the “RelEng as a Force Multiplier” presentation I gave at RelEngConf 2013 and as then as a Google Tech Talk. (To get the slides […]

Chuck Rossi and Dinah McNutt keynotes at RelEng Conf 2014

The same great people who brought RelEng Conf 2013 did it again earlier this year with the sold-out-wait-listed RelEng Conf 2014. Hosted at Google’s HQ campus, it was a great combination of academic and battle-hardened down-to-earth no-holds-barred industry presentations and panel sessions. Unlike my keynote last year, this year I had no presentations, so I […]