Here is a list of talks I've presented. Please get in touch if you'd like me to present at your conference or event.
Is this okay!? How to Review Code for Security Issues
DevSecCon Lightning 2022video.event details.
Fail better with QA in Production
Lean Agile Scotland 2019video.event details.slides.
The curious case of the production incident
DevConf 2018video.event details.slides.
QA in production: the tests we never wrote and the production monitoring we use instead
Agile Africa 2017video.event details.slides.
Surround yourself with data: how to create dashboards that help you uncover what's really going on
DevConf 2016event details.slides.
Techniques for stress-free software releases
Scrum Gathering Johannesburg 2015event details.slides.
Why you should be a polyglot programmer
Tech4Africa Jo'burg 2015event details.slides.
Emergent Design: Cakes, Showers and Electricians
Agile Africa 2015video.event details.slides.
Four Attributes of an Agile Business
Agile Africa 2014video.event details.slides.
Using lineman to build fat JS apps independent of the server-side
TDD and Pair Programming demonstration
Tech4Africa 2012 (during “Agile Software Development” presentation and workshop, with Patrick Turley, Daniel Temme and Prasanna Pendse)
User groups and community events
Fail better: learn from the real world with QA in Production
August 2019 SingularIT Meetupslides.
November 2017 Jozi.JS Meetupevent details.slides.
Contributing to open source is easier than you think
September 2019 Tes Engineering Knowledge Sharingvideo.slides.
November 2015 Scrum User Group Johannesburgevent details.slides.
August 2015 ThoughtWorks Community Event (with Barry O'Reilly)event details.
Let's release it: An introduction to Continuous Delivery
October 2014 Scrum User Group Johannesburgevent details.slides.
August 2014 ThoughtWorks Tech Radarevent details.slides.
Infrastructure as code, with Puppet and Vagrant
April 2014 Developer User Groupevent details.slides.code.
March 2014 ThoughtWorks Tech Radarevent details.slides.
Developer Yoga: How being flexible helps
Infrastructure as code
July 2013 ThoughtWorks Tech Radar (with Rachel Laycock)event details.slides.press.