Agile

Turning gray hairs to your advantage

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Michiel de WitCo-founder of start.me Turning gray hairs to your advantage These are interesting times. The IT domain is now over half a century old and a lot of pioneering is now in the past. Software engineering has become a much more traditional job, and not just some hobby for the youngsters. As a consequence, [...]

Panel – Developers’ career life cycles

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Panel - Developers’ career life cycles In this Conversation on Developers’ Career Life Cycles our moderator and panelist Jasmina Nikolić, Milan Puvača, Jure Čuhalev and Michiel de Wit will talk about some real global problems concerning the challenges and opportunities for developers’ personal and career growth from becoming to staying relevant. Together with the participants, [...]

Slow Down To Go Faster Than Ever, But How?

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Lemi Orhan ErginCo-Founder & Agile Software Craftsman at Craftbase Slow Down To Go Faster Than Ever, But How? Software development has evolved so quickly throughout the years. New tools, methodologies, practices, even new disciplines and principles have been introduced. From single individuals to tens of inter-connected development teams, from co-located teams to fully-remote distributed teams, [...]

Why Scrum doesn’t work for many teams? What we should do to make it work?

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Nenad LaskovićFrom a software developer to a product and project manager Why Scrum doesn’t work for many teams? What we should do to make it work? Most of the software companies these days are using some variant of the Agile approach, mostly Scrum. The experiences vary. From implementing only some of the elements (“we do [...]

The Tech Coach Strikes Back

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Tobias ModigSoftware Development Consultant at Citerus The Tech Coach Strikes Back In the past years we have been overwhelmed by agile coaches bombarding us with important stuff like the optimal length of a sprint, how to rip off a Post-It and why we should use CAPITAL letters on story cards. The question is, will that [...]

Mob Programming – Or why it’s a good idea to have only one computer per team

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Lars HaßlerDeveloper | Coach | Speaker and Consultant Mob Programming - Or why it’s a good idea to have only one computer per team Software development is hard, especially because everything can and will change as everybody has to become more agile. Problems are getting bigger and bigger for one brain to comprehend, this is [...]

Teams, what’s in it for me? – How to (not) manage teams

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Ben LindersTrainer, Coach, Adviser, Author, Speaker Teams, what's in it for me? - How to (not) manage teams Agile talks a lot about self-organized teams, where developers and testers work together to deliver software. But what can you do to make teams succeed? Ben Linders will explore why you want to work in a team, [...]

Evolving into Agility

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Andrea ProvaglioAgile Executive Coach, Agile Enterprise Coach, Keynote Speaker, Mentor Evolving into Agility In organizations, change comes from leadership. That's not necessarily connected with status and authority and, in fact, leadership can be manifested in many different ways (i.e. individual or collective) and styles. Still, the main force behind change is leadership. I've been coaching [...]

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