Build Your Own Technology Radar

A session at Salt Lake Software Symposium

Friday 29th June, 2012

3:00pm to 4:30pm (MST)

A Technology Radar is a tool that forces you to organize and think about near term future technology decisions, both for you and your company.

ThoughtWorks' Technical Advisory Board creates a "technolgy radar" 3 or 4 times a year. It is a working document that helps the company as a whole make decisions about what technologies are interesting and where we should be spending our time. This is a useful exercise both for you and your company. This session describes the process we use and how to adapt it to both your company and, more importantly, yourself. For career risk mitigation, you must know what the next big thing is, or at least be able to narrow it to a reasonable list. Attendees will leave with tools that enhance your filtering mechanisms for new technology and help you (and your organization) develop a cogent strategy to make good choices.

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Neal Ford

Geek, speaker, writer, music lover, rabid reader, ThoughtWorker bio from Twitter

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Time 3:00pm4:30pm MST

Date Fri 29th June 2012

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www.nofluffjuststuff.com/

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  • Art of Java Web Development

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