Join Jean-Laurent de Morlhon, VP of Engineering at Docker in a special online webinar. Find out how Docker incorporated team topology principles to keep its developers productive and happy.
During its rapid growth, Docker has restructured its culture and organizational structure to move away from office-centric, siloed, product-based teams, to full-remote, stream-aligned and enabling teams, and now to platform teams based on team topologies. On the way, they overcame challenges in restructuring their product development teams for high-scale growth.
This webinar will provide valuable insights for anyone looking to improve their own engineering team’s organization and collaboration.
What you can learn from this online webinar:
1. How Docker has transformed its culture and organizational structure to become more developer-centric in a way that scales, without losing what makes Docker unique.
2. How Docker’s shift to a platform-team approach proved to be a tremendous asset to cross-team communication and collaboration.
3. How implementing a rolling roadmap ultimately promoted scalability and the ability to deliver more value to Docker’s customers.
Book your spot today, and don’t forget to bring your questions for the Q&A session.
About Jean-Laurent de Morlhon
Jean-Laurent de Morlhon started Docker 7y ago as an engineer and is now Docker’s Vice President of Engineering, with over 20 years of experience in the field. In his daily work, Jean-Laurent oversees the global engineering team for all Docker products. Jean-Laurent is based in Paris, France, and has previously worked at various startups and services companies across Europe.