Mik Kersten spent a decade creating open source developer tools before realizing that programing was not the bottleneck of large-scale software delivery. Since that time, he has been working on creating a model and tools for connecting the end-to-end software value stream. Prior to founding Tasktop, Mik created the Eclipse Mylyn open source project as part of his PhD in Computer Science, pioneering the integration of development tools with the delivery pipeline. In , Mik launched his book, Project to Product , introducing the Flow Framework , with concepts to help drive software at the pace of organization's business.
DR. MIK KERSTEN
Since the publication of Project to Product in November , Kersten has become an industry thought leader on helping enterprise organizations transition from project-managed to product-oriented software innovation. Based on his work with Fortune enterprises, he provides a new approach to help organizations better understand the human and system dynamics that underpin their IT infrastructure. With new episodes released every two weeks, Kersten will be joined by industry leaders and innovators to discuss how they deliver value and help navigate their organizations through digital disruption with data-driven continuous improvement. To write the book, I drew on people who have inspired me most in my career, and in particular those who fundamentally changed the way I think about software delivery, organizational structures and technology. I am starting this podcast to share those same inspirations with others on the journey.
Mikhail Varshavski , D. His Instagram account went " viral " after he was featured in Buzzfeed and in People magazine's issue of The Sexiest Doctor Alive. He has a YouTube channel that provides medically-themed entertainment. When he was five, he and his family immigrated to Brooklyn. Varshavski was given the nickname "Doctor Mike" during his high school years by friends who came to him for sports-related injuries, knowing that Varshavski's father is a physician. In early , Varshavski joined Instagram to document his life as a medical student and combat the notion that "you can't have a life in medical school".
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