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CRAFT is about software craftsmanship, presenting which tools, methods, practices should be part of the toolbox of a modern developer and company, and serving as compass on new technologies, trends.
You can learn from the best speakers and practitioners in our community.
Why does software delivery craftsmanship matter?
Even though there is a huge amount of material on this topic, the problem of maintainable, sustainable and successful software development is not yet solved.
So it is important to have events dedicated to this topic, where people can learn about and collaborate on how to deal with the problem of building the right thing on the right way, and how to push for finding better solutions.
We wanted to have a conference dedicated specifically to this topic, this is why we started to organise Craft in 2014. Our next event will be held on April 26-29: on the first two days we will have workshops, and the next two days will be session days.
Why is this important for companies?
The importance of software delivery craftsmanship is increasing constantly. Software development made right can unlock a lot of hidden potential in organizations, Craft can help companies to understand how important it is to invest in the way they develop: not just into engineering but into the whole value generation process.
Great engineering is not enough, whole company level agility is necessary. Nowadays only those companies can survive and thrive in the long term which can change and adapt quickly.
Those that have growing and experimental mindset. To achieve these goals companies need to focus on and invest into software delivery craftsmanship.
Is Craft only for software engineers?
No, Craft has a wider focus, our goal is not just to improve engineering but also to change the way companies reason about creating value for the customers. We created an event where any type of engineers, team leaders, agile coaches, engineering managers, executives/founders, UX/product people could learn a lot.