We’ve seen the rapid rise of remote-first and hybrid work models over the past couple years. How can software development teams maintain a culture of open collaboration and innovation in an increasingly distributed work environment? Join us for a conversation with RedMonk as Jake Levirne (Head of Product at Docker) and Jon Burchmore (CTO at Miva) discuss their experiences in navigating the challenges of leading development teams in this era of remote work. They’ll share their thoughts on tackling these challenges, including how to:
- Maintain developer productivity
- Reduce turnover with engagement
- Empower teams with technology and tools
- Keep teams innovating and doing their best work.
About the Speakers:
Rachel Stephens, Sr. Industry Analyst at RedMonk Rachel is a Senior Analyst with RedMonk, a developer-focused industry analyst firm. She focuses on helping clients understand and contextualize technology adoption trends, particularly from the lens of the practitioner. Her research covers a broad range of developer and infrastructure products, with a particular focus on emerging growth technologies and markets.
Jonathan Burchmore, Chief Technology Officer at Miva Jonathan is CTO and an original founder of Miva, Inc., a SaaS ecommerce platform. He has 30 years of software development and management experience. He enjoys solving complex data management problems and mentoring software developers.
Jake Levirne, Head of Product at Docker Jake is Head of Product at Docker, focused on helping developers work more effectively as they build modern software applications. Jake has led product teams in multiple industries including Cloud Services, Content Management, NLP, and SaaS. He believes deeply in the approach of Learn, Ideate, Ship, Repeat for delivering product value.