Agile at Scale SIG - Avoiding Tool Friction when Scaling Agile


Topic: Avoiding Tool Friction when Scaling Agile

It is easy to ignore specific tool implementations when talking about scaling Agile. However tooling can be a boon or a bane for day to day activities, and as with any process implementation, Agile at Scale is no different. In this session we will examine a few real cases of “tool friction” caused by mistaken implementations, with different sets of tools, the good side of some implementations as well, and wrap up with a few rules of thumb derived from real world experience in scaling Agile.

Speaker: Clementino de Mendonça

Clementino is an Application Lifecycle Management Architect with 20+ years of experience in Software Development, from ISVs (Independent Software Vendors) to consulting companies, and IT development shops. Passionate about Software Development at all levels, from OS internals to Coding, Design, Application Architecture and Enterprise ALM Process Improvement, with focus on Agile, Scrum and DevOps.

Agile at Scale SIG Info:
Food and Drink will be provided courtesy of Agile Austin.
Seating is limited!

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