Extreme Programming @ Unruly
@rachelcdavies
@unrulymedia	
  
Unruly
Founded in
2006, Unruly is
the leading
global
platform for
social video
marketing.
Agile Coach @Unruly
Who’s Here?
“XP	
  is	
  a	
  lightweight	
  
methodology	
  for	
  
small	
  to	
  medium	
  
sized	
  teams	
  
developing	
  so9war...
XPv2 Practice Map
WHOLE TEAM
ProdUCT DEVELOPMENT TEAMS x 3
Prod	
Mgr	
Sw	
Eng	
Infra
UX
Coach
DEVELOPERS DRIVE STORY DISCOVERY
PERSONAS FOR STORIES
STORY ESTIMATING
MONTHLY PLANNING
DEPLOY DAILY
3 July
Hello,
We finished testing automatic Vine video discovery in the Viral Video Chart.
Vines are now bein...
INFORMATIVE WORKSPACE
VISUALISING TYPES OF WORK
WHAT DID WE WORK ON?
Pair PROGRAMMING
•  Code together	
•  Discuss	
•  Share keyboard	
•  Problem solving	
•  Learn new things	
•  Teach new wa...
RETROSPECTIVES
CONTINUOUS TIMELINE
LonE RANGER
Developer	
  
(Lone	
  
Ranger)	
  
Ops	
  
Sales	
   Media	
  
MarkeFng	
  
STORYOWNERS ACROSS UNRULY
ENERGizED WORK
Gold Cards
• 20% time for research	
• Play with interesting technology	
• Work on what you want	
• Open source if the busi...
LEARNING
•  Tech Academy (Weds/Fri lunchtime)	
•  Gold Card Huddle (end Fri)	
•  Lighting Talks (every other Thu)	
•  Lunc...
Team Lunches
• Once a month	
• Mandatory Desert
Member	
  Video	
  Council	
   Whitelisted	
  
Any	
  QuesFons?	
  
Winner	
  Best	
  Content	
  
DistribuFon	
  Service	
...
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XP at Unruly

  1. 1. Extreme Programming @ Unruly @rachelcdavies @unrulymedia  
  2. 2. Unruly Founded in 2006, Unruly is the leading global platform for social video marketing.
  3. 3. Agile Coach @Unruly
  4. 4. Who’s Here?
  5. 5. “XP  is  a  lightweight   methodology  for   small  to  medium   sized  teams   developing  so9ware   in  the  face  of  vague   or  rapidly  changing   requirements.”    
  6. 6. XPv2 Practice Map
  7. 7. WHOLE TEAM
  8. 8. ProdUCT DEVELOPMENT TEAMS x 3 Prod Mgr Sw Eng Infra UX Coach
  9. 9. DEVELOPERS DRIVE STORY DISCOVERY
  10. 10. PERSONAS FOR STORIES
  11. 11. STORY ESTIMATING
  12. 12. MONTHLY PLANNING
  13. 13. DEPLOY DAILY 3 July Hello, We finished testing automatic Vine video discovery in the Viral Video Chart. Vines are now being automatically collected by the VVC and then tracked in a similar way to YouTube videos. Currently there are over 51k vines in the VVC. We are still working on having a dedicated chart in the VVC for Vines, but Vine will enter the /all chart automatically if they have enough shares. Here is a list of the top vines currently trending, (we hope you like Harry Styles):
  14. 14. INFORMATIVE WORKSPACE
  15. 15. VISUALISING TYPES OF WORK
  16. 16. WHAT DID WE WORK ON?
  17. 17. Pair PROGRAMMING •  Code together •  Discuss •  Share keyboard •  Problem solving •  Learn new things •  Teach new ways •  Share knowledge
  18. 18. RETROSPECTIVES
  19. 19. CONTINUOUS TIMELINE
  20. 20. LonE RANGER
  21. 21. Developer   (Lone   Ranger)   Ops   Sales   Media   MarkeFng  
  22. 22. STORYOWNERS ACROSS UNRULY
  23. 23. ENERGizED WORK
  24. 24. Gold Cards • 20% time for research • Play with interesting technology • Work on what you want • Open source if the business approves • Weekly catch ups over beer and nibbles
  25. 25. LEARNING •  Tech Academy (Weds/Fri lunchtime) •  Gold Card Huddle (end Fri) •  Lighting Talks (every other Thu) •  Lunchtime programming club (Mon) •  Conference allowance
  26. 26. Team Lunches • Once a month • Mandatory Desert
  27. 27. Member  Video  Council   Whitelisted   Any  QuesFons?   Winner  Best  Content   DistribuFon  Service  

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