31 May - 1 June 2022 | Alte Kaserne Winterthur
CTO @ LinearB
Yishai Beeri likes to solve problems, and that’s why he was so fascinated with programming when first encountered Logo back in the 80s, where the possibilities seemed endless.
He has made it a focus of his career to solve complex programming problems, both as a consultant and entrepreneur. In 2014 he joined the CTO office of a fast-moving cloud security startup, which later was acquired by a networking giant. At this startup he also met Ori Keren and Dan Lines, now co-founders of LinearB. He joined them shortly after the company was established, in order to get back to what he loves most about engineering, solving big challenges, and this time he is focusing on the world of dev team metrics and software delivery management.
Pull Request Size: The Most Important Indicator of Development Pipeline Health
Accelerate popularized “DORA 4” metrics for tracking the health of your dev pipeline. I studied 2,600 teams and found a single indicator that predicts if your team’s metrics will be elite. Learn why small PR size is the key to healthy cycle time, MTTR, change failure rate and deploy frequency.
This presentation includes industry benchmarks from 2,600 dev teams collected from January 2020 though June 2021, all of the data and citations from my research, multiple case studies from well known Israeli start-ups like Unbabel, Intsights and BigID and tips for improving PR size, cycle time, MTTR, change failure rate and deployment frequency.