Karthik Sirasanagandla

Karthik Sirasanagandla

Founder / Agile Coach
location_on India

Member since 7 years


Karthik Sirasanagandla

Specialises In (based on submitted proposals)
anti-patterns agile-mindset doestimates estimation agile agile-smells selenium automation gotchas best-practices code-smells design-smells agile-lifecycle

Karthik is a maverick who continuously hones his craftsmanship in software development and management. He has donned many hats/roles in development, testing, business analysis, and project/product management in both the greenfield/brownfield development and support/maintenance projects.

Continuous observation, experimentation, practice and (un)learning is his daily karma. To his credit, he has helped top and middle tier management to appreciate and adopt Agile mindset, by way of talks, workshops and games. He has coached several development teams to embracing Agile practices and go beyond.

He has solid experience in clean coding, evolutionary design and architecture and leading teams in web development on technology platforms like Java, Ruby, Javascript and sparingly Dot Net. Now a days, he is dabbling on Android platform, tinkering his skills in Frontend, reading and introspecting about UX.

In the past he has presented in numerous Agile and technology conferences, meet-ups and geek-weekends in Asia, Australia and Europe, including Ruby Conf, Agile Tour, Agile By Example, Next Generation Testing, Dev Day, Agile In Business, LAST Conference and XP Conference. And he has also facilitated code-retreats and dev-camps apart from involving in other volunteer activities including being core team member for Agile India 2014 and committee member for Agile Kerala 2013.

Not so often, Karthik shares his experiences and perspectives through his blog http://blog.codonomics.com/. He (re)tweets with handle @codonomics. He also manages to give back to the community by way of open-source contribution like [Twilio-Ruby](https://github.com/twilio/twilio-ruby/pull/129), answering at StackOverflow and the like.

Lastly, if you have attended any of his talks in the past, he for sure would appreciate your feedback for the same at Speaker Rate -> http://spkr8.com/s/17045