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A Millennial Manifesto

Millennials - what's the buzz? Learn from a 21-year-old Agile trainer exactly what millennials are looking for in the workplace and how Agile attracts the next generation. Expect comments on ROWE, respect, and retrospectives, as well as dress codes and transparency. Also expect to see a "Millennial Manifesto" developed by an Agile team of millennials after their time in corporate America!

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Test smarter, not more

Can we stop obsessing over code coverage numbers? Test automation is good, no doubt, but we need to deliver software don't we? Let's talk about a test automation strategy that actually works and how to leverage manual testing in the most effective way.

 

Code coverage metrics... please go away!

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Introduce My Favorite Agile Estimation Tool for Distributed Team

It would be better if we could provide story estimation in person, but in most situations we have to do that remotely. We also tried Playing Poker online, but we did not favor the tool. In this talk, I want to share with you an effective way to provide story estimation online by using free Google tools. Our team loves it. I would love sharing with you all so your team can have a fun as well.

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How to Lead Agile Movements: From communities to Businesses

I'm a cofounder of Agiles Colombia, the community of my country. Along the the last six years we have learned that some things don't work, other half work and other work often. My intention with this talk is to share my learnings in creating agile movements in Latam, applied in communities and businesses. Hoping to help awaken the giant (your community).

About me:

https://co.linkedin.com/in/luismulato

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A perfect match: Agile principles and the 12 Factor App

Elegantly decoupled, scalable, and easy-to-deploy applications are the hallmarks of a '12 Factor App'. The 12 Factor App approach technically empowers corporations to deliver new features or content with speed and confidence. Big corporations, are mimicking startups by transforming their business in the 'cloud'. Not just with their technology, but with their whole team approaches - technical and non technical. This ...more »

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Data for good, software for a cause, side projects for growth.

It was a photo of a little girl riding a bike amongst the ruins of the Japanese Tsunami that moved me the most. Caught up in the emotion of their photos and stories, I offered to build an iPhone app for a non-profit, using their data to help tell their story. In reality, despite a career in web software, I knew little about mobile apps, cloud computing, or data for good causes. But I learned, and transformed because ...more »

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Hunting Robots: Rapid creation of a mobile/iBeacon app

Realistically we shouldn't even have tried to build it. We had two months, including a holiday period to create ( from scratch ) an interactive mobile app game for a conference, using technology none of us had even seen before. We did it though! We designed, learned, prototyped, developed and submitted ... taking a raw concept to the iTunes and Play stores, and ultimately into the phones of our contestants - in less ...more »

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One Vision, One Product, Many Ways of Working

Do you have multiple teams using different methodologies developing one product? Do you find it challenging to support their ways of working while keeping a singular vision? Combining Scrum, Kanban and Gantt is easier than you think. Multiple teams with different ways of working, pulling from the same backlog is a reality. This allows people to work the way they want, while managers always have an up to date view of ...more »

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