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    Agility: Step 1: Discipline; Step 2: Make Awesome

    Arlo Belshee
    Arlo Belshee
    schedule 3 years ago
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    45 mins
    Talk
    Beginner

    What comes after Agile? That depends on what you did for Agile. We will start by talking about the practices - and results - that only the top 2% of agile teams do. For most teams, this is what is beyond their Agile. Then we'll talk about patterns in the things that these top 2% are trying. Everything comes from the insane disciple Agile teams possess; let's look at how they capitalize on it.

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    When Agile becomes Fr-agile..learn your lessons the fun way!

    Karthik Sirasanagandla
    Karthik Sirasanagandla
    schedule 3 years ago
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    45 mins
    Talk
    Intermediate
    So you have heard of "Code Smells". Did you hear of "Agile Smells"? Yes or No; then this session is for you (us).
     
    In this session, Karthik intends to talk about the very many things that go wrong in companies that attempt to be or become Agile.
    But fault-finding is the easiest thing. Can Karthik provide concrete solutions? Yepp, he intends to share the solutions as well for most if not all the problems.
    And in same breadth seeks to know what others has to offer from their experience.
     
    Piquing your interest? Are you wanting to get a taste of some of the Agile smells? Below are some of them:
    * Belated Stand-ups
    * Non-participative stand-ups
    * War-zone Retrospectives 
    * Unfruitful Sprint planning meeting
    * Zero-Test development
    * Inverted Test Pyramid development
    * Gate-keeper QAs
    * Hierarchical Roles
    * Velocity Driven Development
     
  • Liked Arlo Belshee
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    Agility: Step 1: Discipline; Step 2: Make Awesome

    Arlo Belshee
    Arlo Belshee
    schedule 3 years ago
    Sold Out!
    45 mins
    Talk
    Beginner

    What comes after Agile? That depends on what you did for Agile. We will start by talking about the practices - and results - that only the top 2% of agile teams do. For most teams, this is what is beyond their Agile. Then we'll talk about patterns in the things that these top 2% are trying. Everything comes from the insane disciple Agile teams possess; let's look at how they capitalize on it.

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