Kanban Intersections: XP Practices (Story Splitting and Test Automation) & PIZZA

The New York XP & Agile Meetup Group
The New York XP & Agile Meetup Group
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Capital One Labs

114 5th Avenue · New York, NY

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Come join our special event, a joint meetup between XP+Agile and NYC Lean/Kanban!
Our Topic is: Kanban Intersections with XP practices

Lean and Kanban are not ends in themselves; they are great for shining a light on bottlenecks and enabling an efficient flow of work to deliver business value. But how do we deal with those bottlenecks, anyway? How can we prevent them in the first place? How can we analyze our requirements better so we can understand the business value that we are supposed to be delivering?

This is where good XP Practices come in!
We will talk about story splitting and test automation.
With lots of examples and lessons learned to share, we hope to spark a lively discussion.

Speaker: Craeg Strong

Craeg Strong is the CTO of Ariel Partners and currently working with the NYC Department of Social Services. He has 25 years of experience in information technology and owns a small consulting business based in New York City and Washington DC. Mr. Strong leverages his experience as a hands-on software architect, trainer and agile coach to help remove the barriers that prevent organizations from adopting new technologies-- such as cloud. Most recently, Mr. Strong led a successful transformation of a major FBI Criminal justice program from a traditional waterfall lifecycle and manual intensive processes to lighter weight agile processes and full DevOps automation. Mr. Strong is a frequent conference speaker at Agile conferences and Meetups on topics such as Organizational transformation, legacy modernization, DevOps automation, and test automation. Mr. Strong teaches classes on Cucumber and SpecFlow automation tools for Behavior-Driven Development (BDD) and systems thinking and agile problem solving using Lean Kanban.