Better Software West 2018 Concurrent Session : I, Project Manager: Meet the Future of AI Software Delivery

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Thursday, June 7, 2018 - 3:00pm to 4:00pm

I, Project Manager: Meet the Future of AI Software Delivery

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Are you ready for business agile? Machine learning? Chatbots and intelligent decision support? What about hiring new people and delivering high-quality projects on time and on budget in this new paradigm? Emerging technology and embedded IT teams are entering into a symbiotic relationship, where DevOps is inefficient without AI and business leaders are involved in the everyday of the tech team. In this session, Rachel Burger will discuss how IT leaders can determine which DevOps technologies are hype and which are real. You'll learn how to best leverage new technology to empower your teams while mitigating any new risks. Gain an understanding of what new technologies Rachel believes will be standard practices by 2021 and introduce a business agile paradigm shift that is already happening. You will leave this presentation with recommended AI-based tools and techniques to improve your software delivery process, as well as ideas for how to immediately investigate and deploy these tools. Let's look toward the future of software development.

Rachel Burger
Capterra

Rachel Burger is a senior project management analyst and content marketing team lead for Capterra, a company that helps millions of small businesses across the world find the right software. She’s been featured in major publications like CIO, The Hill, Forbes, Brazen Careerist, and the BBC. Widely respected as a project management expert, Rachel has presented on agile and project management software nationally, including as a third-party expert for the Project Management Institute and for Digital Marketing Summit. Prior to Capterra, Rachel worked in HR consulting as a research analyst. She is a graduate of the University of Chicago and Agnes Scott College and is currently pursuing her second master's degree at Johns Hopkins University.