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Kanban Explained

  • Sep 23, 2010 · 6:30 PM
  • Didit.com

Kanban is a practice from Lean that we can use to enable flow in a software process. As a tool for visualizing the work, limiting work in process and creating policies around how we limit the work in process, Kanban can be used to improve the flow of any process.
About the Speaker John Goodsen is a Senior Lean/XP/Kanban Coach and Developer for RADSoft. He currently lives in Manhattan and works with a number of global clients coaching Scrum/XP/Kanban. John is also a passionate software developer and when he's not coaching organizations on their process, you'll find him working alongside and teaching developers how to build great software as they master the technical practices of Agile development .
Location: Thursday, September 23, 22, 6:30-8 pm, at DidIt.com at 345 7th Avenue, Suite 1400. See http://www.didit.com/... for directions.

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