In software design, there exists a tension between tactical programming ("move fast and break things") and strategic programming ("move fast with solid infrastructure") that is stoked by competing interests from varying stakeholders. One consequence of continuous tactical programming is the build up of technical debt.
To help you better understand this dynamic and provide you with the latest insights into tech debt, Insight is pleased to partner with Wayne Filin-Matthews, Global Head of Digital Architecture at HSBC, to lead this informative webinar.
Latest research on the true costs of technical debt
New technical and cultural demands impacting technical debt
Unmanaged technical debt balancing business and customer priorities
Effective communication planning
Tips on what you can be doing now to control your unmanaged debt
How to define, benchmark and evaluate costs
The last half of the webinar will be reserved for Q&A and group discussion.
Wayne Filin-Matthews has over 30 years' experience, including 10 at Microsoft as the Microsoft Architect Role Owner and Senior Director in the Office of the CTO as acting AI/ML Engineering Interface. For the last 2 years Wayne has been working as the Global Head of Digital Architecture for HSBC, leading a team of 120 Architects across Hong Kong, China, US and Canada. Wayne now heads up the Strategy and Architecture Practice at Crosslake Technologies, helping clients to proactively manage technical debt and the provision of software services that exploit technology investment choices made in the increasingly diverse digital era.