New Relic: FutureTalks

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Please join us on Monday, Mar 12th for a special FutureTalks event diving deep on New Relic’s approach to technology leadership and culture. Tom Krazit of GeekWire will sit down with New Relic’s chief product officer, Jim Gochee, for a fireside chat to discuss the lessons that Jim and his team have learned at New Relic, including how the company’s product team made a bold bet and disrupted itself 10 years in.

Tom and Jim will go deep on New Relic’s approach to engineering management and the implementation of DevOps culture and agile practices. How does a 10 year-old company change its team and product to keep innovating for the next decade? They’ll also discuss top tech trends that Jim is seeing with customers and in his travels around the globe. What’s real and what’s hype? And finally, they’ll touch on their perspectives on the Portland tech scene. How has Portland changed? What is possible for tech in Portland for the next 10 years?
Doors will open at 5:30 for networking with light food and drink before the program starts promptly at 6pm. The program will conclude with a Q&A around 7:15pm.
This will be a fireside chat between Jim Gochee and Tom Krazit

Jim Gochee is New Relic's Chief Product Officer, overseeing the teams that design, build, and deliver New Relic's products. He has led New Relic’s Portland office, the company’s R&D headquarters, since its start in 2008. Jim has a passion for building world-class products and loves technology – especially when it's well architected, scalable, and fast. He takes great pleasure in helping New Relic's customers analyze their technology and build great digital experiences. Prior to New Relic, Jim held technology leadership roles at the Wily Technology division of CA and at an internet-based trading system for the wholesale food industry.

Tom Krazit, GeekWire's Cloud & Enterprise Editor, has covered technology for news organizations including IDG, CNET, and paidContent before serving as executive editor of Gigaom and the Structure conference series. He has spent over a decade writing and editing within the fast-changing and vital technology industry, covering some of the most important technology trends of our time.