Speaker Details

Kim van Wilgen
Schuberg Philis
Kim van Wilgen is a nerd in the body of a leader in software product development. She works at Schuberg Philis, an IT outsourcing company for mission critical IT solutions, delivering solutions that may never fail. She’s passionate about topics such as DevOps, continuous delivery, agile and continuous security. Dealing with today’s complexity and innovation asks for empowering people to levels that are uncomfortable for most of us. And it asks us to upskill our ability to automate and innovate our work in the field of IT. Kim is interested in the cultural, organizational and technological changes associated with these developments. She is a speaker at national and international conferences on topics such as agile and continuous delivery.
Since we started writing code in the fifties of the previous century, managers and project managers have tried to discipline and structure how we work. However, no matter how many consultants and coaches are hired to implement increasingly complex process frameworks and methodologies, developers and testers always develop new simplistic approaches.
During this inspirational keynote talk, Kim and Sander will deal with Flow: the worst software development methodology in history ever, taking inspiration from the worst principles and practices from methodologies such as waterfall, RUP, Scrum, Kanban, Lean, BDD, LeSS, SAFe, Spotify and of course everything continuous. Don’t let project failure take you by surprise, be sure!
Make sure not to miss this unique opportunity to take the Flow exam, and become a Flow Certified Resource too!