Over-selling the "Enterprise Agile Frameworks and Certifications"
- For instance, one should know the clear difference between hygienic practices vs context based practices - the first ones are not to be compromised at any cost, whereas the latter ones are to be applied based on the need, not because some framework prescribes it.
- For example, in the Execution Phase, doing pair programming and following TDD are hygienic practices for us. Having said that, it’s perfectly okay for a pair to split and work on a specific task on a case-to-case basis (we call this Pragmatic Programming) and the pair decides when and how long they would split and when to re-join.
- Started almost 3 years ago, on-going
- 10 quarterly planning workshops done so far
- 10+ teams, 7 timezones
- peak program size: 250+
- peak team size from my org.: 50+
- total no of systems: 10+
- geographical spread: plan: 100 countries, 132 locales launched so far: 53 countries, 56 locales
- 140 page-views / sec
- Av. response time: 1.3s
- Handling 100+K products in the catalog, 15+ K pages , 300+ K responsive images
- Blue-Green production deployment (zero downtime over 1.5 years)
- 3 weeks cycle of production releases
Outline/structure of the Session
This is how, I will split the 45 minutes of my talk:
15 minutes: My views on the individual/organizational level adoption of enterprise agile frameworks and certifications, reasons I see them as counter-productive
20 minutes: Without being prescriptive, share my experience in running distributed enterprise projects in a customized approach, following basic agile principles and processes
Agile Practitioners in any role
schedule Submitted 3 years ago
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