Jonathan Harris

VP of Product @undo_io

Jonathan oversees Undo’s range of Record and Replay products. He is passionate about providing Undo’s customers with cutting-edge products that deliver an enchanting user experience.

Jonathan has over twenty years’ experience in the software industry in both development and marketing roles; including as a kernel engineer at Acorn and Psion, an Engineering manager and Product manager at Symbian Ltd, and CTO and Product Strategist at Tizen Association.


How to Debug with Remote and Asynchronous Collaboration

In this talk we’ll be discussing new and emerging Time Travel Debugging tools & techniques and how they enable asynchronous collaboration across distributed DevOps teams.

Software development teams have pioneered various forms of remote collaboration and distributed working, long before COVID forced most software development teams to make the jump completely. This year, more than ever we’ve learned that virtual strategies that rely on a clumsy ‘lift and shift’ of physical experiences online just don’t work well.

We’ll run through how Time Travel Debugging (TTD) tools and techniques can enable asynchronous collaborative working, boost the efficiency of testing, debugging (in development and production) and code understandability. 

Time Travel Debugging (TTD) tools and reverse debugging adoption are growing in popularity. We’ll spotlight some of the latest growing number of tools available to developers such as Microsoft’s TTD, LiveRecorder and in this space

Primarily aimed at software engineers/ developers, this talk will also contain helpful advice for anyone in a management/ leadership role responsible for accelerating software delivery, ensuring product stability and performance and enabling engineering efficiency. Though remote working amplifies some challenges, many of these exist in non-remote environments also.


Tuesday Nov 17 / 02:15PM PST (45 minutes )

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