National Security Defense Software Community
DEFxSoftware series continues to share ideas on growing the National Security software community at 10AM EST on December 3rd
This year, in partnership with Google, DEF is organizing a series of DEFx conferences to serve as software summits for the national security community. This series will cultivate the growing National Security software community by creating a venue to share best practices, create an advocacy platform, and bring good software to the national security community.
Join our second summit from 1000 to 1700 EST on December 3rd!
1000-1015 Welcome Remarks with Trish Martinelli
1015-1100 Panel: Recruiting and Making Technologists Is Easy; Retaining Them Is Hard with Jason Lamb (USSF), Tory Cuff (USAF), Alfred Hull (USA), Nick Sinai
1100-1145 Keynote: NSIC–why hardware matters with Tex Shenken
1200-1245 Keynote: Mission Innovation with Fiona Murray, Dylan Brown, Nick Setterberg
1245-1330 Panel: S/W Organizational Culture and Practices with Purvi Desai (KR), Austen Bryan (P1), Angel Phaneuf (SWF), Hannah Hunt (SWF)
1330-1350 Lightning Talk Part 1 with Cody Gentry
1350-1410 Lightning Talk Part 2 with Capt. Michael Kanaan
1425-1430 Overview of JSOFT: Write Software; Win Wars with Jim Perkins and Antonette Ho
1430-1515 Keynote: DevSecOps Tools and How They can be Better with Brittany Greenfield
1515-1600 Keynote: The Future of DoD Development with Rob Vietmeyer
1600-1645 Final Keynote: Reslience in a Remote World with Brent Hecht
Approx.1645 Closing Remarks with Richard Tippitt and Nick Setterberg
About the DEFx Format
DEFx’s are one or two-day miniature versions of our national annual conference. Often organized for a geographic region or around a certain topic, the DEFx format can combine keynotes, panels, breakout groups, and virtual networking for a holistic experience.