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How to Improve Time Management and Why Failures Should be Loud

Jun 25, 2019 - Devops Israel
How to Improve Time Management and Why Failures Should be Loud

The meetup is organised by ProdOps.io, a team of software operations architects who consult on infrastructure automation and workflow improvement.
Ziprecruiter are kindly hosting us and speaking at the meetup.

Agenda:
17:45 - Gathering, Pizza, Mingling
18:15 - 19:00 - The importance of time management by Michael Kribus
19:00 - 19:45 - Failing Loudly - Dan Yelovitch @Ziprecruiter

Talk #1
Unlike money, time is the one thing we can never regain. It's a fast-moving train going in one direction and we can't stop it. In today techno-centric world, we should have more time that ever before, yet suffer from "time poverty". Michael will share with us his method for personal time management and improved productivity. It offers a holistic approach to better control your time, appropriately deal with your activities and achieve your career and life goals. You'll leave with a set of a practical tools for better time management.
**About Michael**
He is an experienced time management mentor providing public speaking, workshops and personal training to improve time management skills. His method was recently acknowledged and endorsed by Brian Tracy, Canadian-American motivational public speaker and self-development author.
www.visual-pathways.com

Talk #2
**Failing Loudly**
As our product grows it becomes more complex, adding more points of failure. In this talk we will explain why failure should be loud and disruptive to the flow, we will show examples of how attempts to recover/mask the failures cause more harm than good.

**About Dan**
Dan is a senior SRE at Ziprecruiter. Protector of CICD pipelines, Breaker of unactionable alerts, father of k8s clusters, first of his name

!!How to get there!!
Migdalei haarbaa (Hagag), Southern building, Floor 18. Tel Aviv
entrance from Arania Osvaldo 29.
The closest parking lot - "Givon" (this is what you should put in Waze).

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