Carpaccio is beef sliced so thinly you can almost see through it. Agile development is mainly successful by incrementally producing software that provides user value. But splitting user stories into small individually deliverable parts is hard.
In this workshop we will practice slicing applications into thin vertical requests, from both the business and programming perspective.
We'll divide into teams of 2-3 people and a simple programming assignment will be handed out that you will split into really small demoable user stories. During a fixed time-box you will implement these stories incrementally in really short iterations, each ending with a brief demo. At the end of the session we will do a retrospective and analyze the results.
Each group will need a laptop with a development environment. Bring your own laptop just to be sure that we will have enough computers.
The exercise description is available at https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Ls6pTmhY_LV8LwFiboUXoFXenXZl0qVZWPZ8J4uoqpI/edit.
Per Flitig from Netlight will facilitate this event!