Agile practices - In building Chat Platforms
The concept of self-service has become a part of everyday life. Enterprises now have the opportunity to create intelligent self-service experience, using real-time, understanding user patterns, identity of the user and provide relevant information. Virtual assistants have started revolutionizing this space, providing real time data.
We all have experienced success stories by following different Agile methodologies. Building virtual assistants (Chatbots) introduces new set of challenges starting from conceptualizing an idea/feature to deployment. As part of this talk, I will be sharing the balanced implementation of agile approach/practices which has worked for us, at every stage of development which includes requirement gathering, writing stories, developer testing, testing, user testing etc.
Outline/Structure of the Talk
a) Introduction to chatbots and approach to build bots
b) Agile development challenges
c) Talk about every stages of product development lifecycle + challenges + how we tried solving it
d) How to achieve incremental delivery
a) What to look for when developing "Smart AI bots"
b) What Agile practices get compromised (OR) implemented differently
c) List of best practices to be followed at every stage of product development
Executives, Product managers, Engineering manager, Architects, Senior developers
Prerequisites for Attendees
Basics of Agile disciplines, approach and practices
schedule Submitted 4 years ago
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The most radical period of change in industrial history is nearly upon us. The Fourth Industrial Revolution, where billions of people have access to vast knowledge and unlimited processing power, brings with it great complexity. Traditional engineering frameworks will no longer be enough to navigate the messiness that lies ahead. Technology will lie at the heart of every industry, and organizations will have to undergo a paradigm shift to harness it and develop innovative business models. This calls for the role of orchestrators who can navigate organizations through all the messiness.
This session will be delivered by Saptorsi Hore -COO of ThoughtWorks and Sneha Prabhu - Product Manager, ThoughtWorks Products.