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This event took place on Feb 10, 2021
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At the end of last year I released a video on my Software Engineering YouTube channel called “Bad Software Engineering Killed the Cyberpunk 2077 Release.”
It was ridiculously successful, so far over 445k views.
In this talk, I reflect on the failures in Software Engineering exemplified in the CyberPunk 2077 release, and on the comments section of my YouTube video which were also fascinating.
The most common negative comments were best paraphrased by, “this guy blames the developers, but it was the evil management.”
I think that this demonstrates a deep disconnect in our organisations and in what “engineering” for software means.
In this talk, we will also explore how we should think about engineering in software terms, and why it matters.
This talk takes place at:
1pm ET (US)
The talk is being repeated three hours later at a more friendly time for our colleagues in Australia and New Zealand:
4pm ET (USA)
Feb 11th 8am AEDT
Feb 11th 10am NZDT