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To seasoned software architects, it sometimes seems as if our discipline is more alike to the fashion industry than we’d like, and the hype cycle might be the best-known (pseudo-)mathematical graph in our community. Is everything new really only old stuff in new disguise, or is that just old folks yelling at the cloud? How do we distinguish genuine innovation from lipstick on a pig? And will we be able to get through this keynote without even more cliché-ridden puns? Find out and join me for a look at some examples and an attempt to draw useful conclusions.
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Stefan was a founder and Principal Consultant at INNOQ Germany, where he spent his time alternating between advising customers on new technologies and taking the blame from his co-workers for doing so. He was a frequent speaker at conferences and author of numerous articles. He supported Skills Matter many times throughout the years, notably as a member of our first Technical Advisory Board.