Craft Conf 2022 Sketchnotes~ 1 min.

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The Craft Conf 2022 is the first conference that I attended this year. As I didn’t yet want to go to a conference in person, it was perfect, that it took place both in-person and online. I joined the coziness of my home and listened to talks about security, testing, prioritization, innovation, and much more. I have made sketchnotes of the talks that I attended and would love to share them with you.

Driving effective prioritization for optimal business outcomes by Smruti Patel

Driving effective prioritization for optimal business outcomes

Rethinking transformation by Daniel Terhorst-North

Rethinking transformation

Stop focusing on tech debt by Aviv Ben-Yosef

Stop focusing on tech debt

Using empathy to make tests easy and code safe by Marian Hartman

Using empathy to make tests easy and code safe

About trees, agility and me by Linda Rising

About trees, agility and me

Deconstructing the monolith: Designing software that maximizes developer productivity by Kirsten Westeinde

Deconstructing the monolith - designing software that maximizes developer productivity

The secure software supply chain by Kelsey Hightower

The secure software supply chain

Technical coaching with the Samman method by Emily Bache

Technical coaching with the Samman method

Ramp up your testing solution: Test Automation Patterns by Gáspár Nagy

Ramp up your testing solution - test automation patterns

Innovation anti-patterns: bonkers beans and magic numbers by Holly Cummins

Innovation anti-patterns - bonkers beans and magic numbers

DevSecOps – what does it mean and where is it taking us by Seb Rose

DevSecOps - what does it mean and where is it taking us

Testing web applications with Playwright by Debbie O’Brien

Testing web applications with Playwright

Assumptions on the road to success or failure by Matthew Lavoie

Assumptions on the road to success or failure

Gamification without the garbage by Jessica Kerr

Gamification without the garbage

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