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|Nom(s) et Prénom(s)|
|Job||Solution Architect | ALM Specialist|
|email||rodrigo [dot] benin [at] gmail [dot] com|
|Type de conférence||Conference > 100 attendees|
Agile stories from the trench
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I have a degree in Computation Engineering and another in Data Processing. My focus in Computation Engineering is image processing and movement detection. I am a former C developer and today I also work with C++, .Net and Java.
In 2004 I founded Allmatech, an agile company. The company born on the perception that using agile (XP and Scrum) we could produce quality software without pain and more important: we could improve our profession as software developers. Today I work as an ALM Specialist, helping big companies in Brazil, Portugal, Switzerland and Slovakia to better develop software using agile techniques. In Brazil we helped customers on the ALM and Agile field such as Petrobras, Banco do Brasil, Uniceub, Infraero, Banco Central and Microsoft. Abroad I am responsible for the following customers: Microsoft (Portugal), SAP (Bratislava) and Coreystems AG (Switzerland).
The idea is to present three agile interesting stories from the field collected over 5 years of consultancy helping customers adopting Scrum, to show attendees how the process of the agile adoption impact the software engineering and development process, changing the way the teams design, develop and test their products. An executive perspective is also provided to show the importance of the company board buy-in and some suggestions on how to get it. This session was presented in the first Brazil ALM Conference 2011 and in the first Brasília Test Conference 2011 with nice feedbacks from the audience. Some new stories will be introduced and the format is also redesign to guarantee a fresh and unique session.
People must work in the sofware industry in any role, as long as interested in agile, scrum and ALM.
Bénéfices pour les participants
Real life examples of the agile adoption, vision of the common pitfalls, indirect impact on the business areas and executive perception of the process.
Soumis par ppetit le lun, 06/13/2011 - 02:02