How to crash an airplane, a talk by Nickolas Means

Nick Mean’s talks often discuss routine situations going disasterously wrong. He picks out lessons from those sitations and shows how they could apply to software teams and the processes around building and running software.

How to crash an airplane is a classic:

On July 19, 1989, United Airlines Flight 232 was en route to Chicago when a mechanical failure caused the plane to become all but uncontrollable. In this unsurvivable situation, the flight crew saved more than half of those onboard. How did they do it?

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