A real life case study of a Google glass project.

Use of agile for a project with unfamiliar territory and uncertain outcomes : A real life case study of applying agile engineering practices for a Glass project.



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  • pavitra

    Nice session guys...,
    Learned a lot on developing in unfamiliar territory looking forward for the next one....

    1 · October 5, 2013

  • Sanath N.

    Thank you guys for your valuable feedbacks that encouraging us to do next meetup better. Thanks to Agile we overcame our problems with unfamiliar territory and uncertain outcomes. Google Glass is new for you. That’s why we gave you a lot about that. Thank you again.

    October 4, 2013

  • Mohamed Nishard N.

    I really appreciate the techi's explaining with their greater effort. Mean while, the topics it self should had been reworded. I was expecting more content from a business and product introduction context. May be I was wrong.

    Yet an interest session.

    2 · October 3, 2013

  • Manjula

    Great,it was not a easy task to explain all technical stuff,but you all did a very good job.Thanks all.

    1 · October 2, 2013

    • Manjula

      Thanks again,to the team they tried their best and succeeded of educating others of a brand new device and its technology,isn't that a great thing.

      1 · October 3, 2013

  • Thushara W.

    The main idea of this meetup was to get the demonstration going by a team who really did it. We will learn and improve next meetups. Thanks for all the participation. Lets move in to the next meet up. We will schedule it soon!.

    4 · October 3, 2013

  • Shamira D.

    Thanks for your comments, compliments and constructive criticism... Firstly glad that it was of use to most of you.

    With regards to the title, we used the Google glass as a real life example of Agile theory, may be the title could have been modified Thank you once again, hope we meet up at the next meet up !! and
    remember:
    Working product .... Working product.... Working product.....

    4 · October 3, 2013

  • Viraj S.

    I think my review was bit hash & not to the point. I must stress that I do appreciate knowledge shared on Google Glass. I also learned a lot from the session about Google Glass. I wholeheartedly thank the presenters on that. The theme of the this session was Agile + Google Glass. Presenters was only emphasizing on Google Glass & silent on Agile. I agree as some said, presenters discussed TDD, Refactoring etc But they did not link it with Agile. For a novice on Agile practices like me, it was confusing.

    Finally I must apologize if I created negative publicity or hurt the presenters' feelings. I simply want to emphasis that when you select a theme for a session please try to stick to it or if can't change it.

    2 · October 3, 2013

  • Hasith

    It was a good session, I learned quite a lot about the glass.. It is not that session didnt cover agile aspects, but was more developer oriented. For example unit testing is a primary concern of agile development and was covered in the session. Agile meetup shouldn't be restrictive to project management aspects, so I believe it was a good fit to the title.

    2 · October 3, 2013

  • Chathu V.

    had a great time and learned a lot about Google glass.

    There was agile theories.Working Software.every two week a demo,demo scripts,developing,testing, refactoring etc...

    1 · October 2, 2013

  • K Dilan A.

    Google Glass presentation was good and we thank presenters for sharing their knowledge and experience. As some have suggested, I also felt like presentation title was incorrect. I though it should have been more of Google glass experience than of agile practices..

    2 · October 2, 2013

  • Gayan C L.

    May be some have miss the base point some how. To me they gave pretty solid agile theory in their practical aspects. Making working product in every shorter sprint. Working product .... Working product.... Working product..... It explained lot. That's key to a project with unfamiliar territory and uncertain outcomes. Thanks sharing your key concerns with us.. Well done guys keep up your good work

    5 · October 2, 2013

  • Thusitha S.

    thank you verymuch for sharing yours experience.

    1 · October 2, 2013

  • Umesh I.

    My take on the meetup
    (+)
    1. even through meeting was supposed to be on Agile practices on developing to unfamiliar territory, it went deep into technical things. But for me I liked it because I am more into technical stuff and Google Glass is something very new.
    2. also appreciate developers hard work explaining "everything" possible about developing for Google Glass.

    (-)
    1. Presentation could have really improved - it looked a very difficult presentation but still appreciate your effort to tell all.
    2. Too much time on Testing. Overall could have being more prepared.
    3. Organizers could have been more welcoming to the participants.
    4. Lastly. mentioning about ticket purchasing for a dev event as an "announcement" in the meetup itself, in my personal belief is a bad precedent for our meetups - which I think is something beyond and non relevant to our meetups.

    But overall, I would never regret attending it because I learned a lot about a technology we don't know. Thank you guys!

    3 · October 2, 2013

  • Milina U.

    Great job and thank you for sharing upcoming technology with us.

    2 · October 2, 2013

  • Eranga

    I was also confused since main focus on google glass development rather than any agile aspects applied on the project. Anyway thanks for sharing the experience & looking forward for a better meetup next time.

    2 · October 2, 2013

  • Emil C.

    Of course, i agree with Vidula Hasaranga ,presenters were not well prepared too But It was nice and good experience in google glass Thanks !

    1 · October 2, 2013

  • Vidula H.

    I was confuse since main focus on google glass rather than any agile aspects that face during the project. Seems presenters were not well prepared too. Looking forward for a better meetup next time.

    3 · October 2, 2013

  • Ashfan A.

    Great job guys.. well done

    1 · October 2, 2013

  • Frank R.

    Excelent,Tnks for sharing yours knowledge

    1 · October 2, 2013

  • Viraj S.

    My admiration goes to the presenters, because it takes courage to present their experience in front of an audience. But overall this presentation is very disappointing for me. It basely discussed how Agile practices help the team get over unfamiliar territory,

    October 2, 2013

  • Vidula H.

    How about parking? Is parking available nearby?

    1 · October 1, 2013

  • Dileepa W.

    Is this a free event?

    1 · October 1, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    got tied up oth work. Hmm may b next time

    October 1, 2013

  • Charitha G.

    Should we have to print ticket? what are other things?

    1 · October 1, 2013

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