Creating a learning culture

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About the speaker

Amir Shaked

Amir Shaked

Senior VP of R&D,

Perimeter

Amir Shaked is the Senior VP of research and development at PerimeterX, responsible for building a multi-zone distributed system that detects and mitigates automated attacks on websites in real-time. Before that, he led several software engineering groups in the Israeli ministry of prime-minister, focusing on cybersecurity products, and worked many years as a software engineer and security researcher.

About the talk

Building and marinating a five 9s system isn't just about the tools and technologies.

In this talk, we will discuss how to create a learning culture using debriefs, what to avoid, and how to instill change in an engineering organization.

Building and marinating a five 9s system isn't just about the tools and technologies. Development culture has a big part in how you keep a system available while scaling it up and supporting more features, users, and locations.

A healthy learning culture, supporting the development, not repairing mistakes, and identifying weak points is another tool in the engineering toolbox.

In this talk, we will discuss how to create a learning culture using debriefs, what to avoid, and how to instill change in an engineering organization.

The talk will cover our path to culture change, examples, common pitfalls to avoid.

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