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Vibhu Srinivasan

JobEnterprise Agile Coach, Developer, Certified Scrum Trainer
emailvibhu [at] solutionsiq [dot] com
Phone number7760085873
Ville (Pays)Bangalore
Type de conférenceConference > 100 attendees

Top Ten Agile Myths.


Vibhu Srinivasan Agile Consulting Coach, Certified Scrum Trainer, Certified Scrum Practitioner SolutionsIQ Vibhu is an expert technologist with over 14 years of experience in Agile practices. As an Agile coach and Certified Scrum Practitioner, he works with customers organizations of all sizes to enhance Agility and Scrum Project Management. An expert in team development and scaling agile, Vibhu most recently established and led a team of sixty developers, mentoring and coaching throughout the entire engagement. As a senior technologist, he has performed as a Chief Architect, Business Analyst, Technical Lead and Developer across multiple industries. His extensive technical background covers Virtualization in the cloud, Semantic web, Online gaming .NET stack, J2EE stack, Web 2.0, Enterprise Application Integration and various Software Development Methodologies. He’s also dabbled in the rails stack and loves test driven development. Vibhu has a Strategic Management MBA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Business as well as an Electronics Engineering degree from Karnataka University, India. Learn more about Vibhu at http://solutionsiq.com , http://vibhu.info/about and http://agilefaq.net.


I present my views on the top ten myths that I believe organizations have when adopting or sustaining agile. This presentation is my view based on working with varied types of organizations over the last 10 years across US and India. This presentation involved some interesting discussions with the audience, so come prepared to challenge what you hear. This presentations applies to all audiences.



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Understand and discuss the myths of agile
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