• Naresh Jain
    Naresh Jain
    schedule 3 years ago
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    45 mins
    Workshop
    Advanced

    As the popularity of Agile methods have grown, so have the misconceptions or myths associated with Agile also grown. These myths get even more glorified when we talk about them in the offshore or distributed context. And to make matters worse, you can throw in a fixed-price contract spanner into the engine.

    Worry not! In this fun-filled activity, we'll collect facts from the participants that they believe are true and then we'll declare them as confirmed or busted after an interactive (heated) discussion.

  • Naresh Jain
    Naresh Jain
    schedule 3 years ago
    Sold Out!
    45 mins
    Workshop
    Advanced

    As the popularity of Agile methods have grown, so have the misconceptions or myths associated with Agile also grown. These myths get even more glorified when we talk about them in the offshore or distributed context. And to make matters worse, you can throw in a fixed-price contract spanner into the engine.

    Worry not! In this fun-filled activity, we'll collect facts from the participants that they believe are true and then we'll declare them as confirmed or busted after an interactive (heated) discussion.

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    Agile Anti-Patterns in Distributed Teams

    Pavel Dabrytski
    Pavel Dabrytski
    schedule 3 years ago
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    45 mins
    Talk
    Beginner

    Implementing Agile is hard. You know what is even harder? Implementing Agile across distributed offshore teams.
    Due to constrains we face in our daily communication and collaboration, it is always difficult to get rid of old waterfall thinking. Sometime waterfall way even feels easier. This is where we find most of Distributed Agile Anti-Patterns.
    Agile Anti-Pattern often looks like Agile, it follows the right mechanics, but it is missing essential Agile values and principles.
    Join me for an interactive session where you will learn about 10 Agile Anti-Patterns specific to outsource and offshore development, and the ways to address them.

    Some of my favourite Anti-Patterns are:
    * Retrospective via emails
    * Scrum Master across the sea
    * Stabilisation sprint (sprint for bug fixing)

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