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A Force of One - Agile and the Solo Developer
A Force of One - Agile and the Solo Developer
A Force of One - Agile and the Solo Developer
A Force of One - Agile and the Solo Developer
A Force of One - Agile and the Solo Developer
A Force of One - Agile and the Solo Developer
A Force of One - Agile and the Solo Developer
A Force of One - Agile and the Solo Developer
A Force of One - Agile and the Solo Developer
A Force of One - Agile and the Solo Developer
A Force of One - Agile and the Solo Developer
A Force of One - Agile and the Solo Developer
A Force of One - Agile and the Solo Developer
A Force of One - Agile and the Solo Developer
A Force of One - Agile and the Solo Developer
A Force of One - Agile and the Solo Developer
A Force of One - Agile and the Solo Developer
A Force of One - Agile and the Solo Developer
A Force of One - Agile and the Solo Developer
A Force of One - Agile and the Solo Developer
A Force of One - Agile and the Solo Developer
A Force of One - Agile and the Solo Developer
A Force of One - Agile and the Solo Developer
A Force of One - Agile and the Solo Developer
A Force of One - Agile and the Solo Developer
A Force of One - Agile and the Solo Developer
A Force of One - Agile and the Solo Developer
A Force of One - Agile and the Solo Developer
A Force of One - Agile and the Solo Developer
A Force of One - Agile and the Solo Developer
A Force of One - Agile and the Solo Developer
A Force of One - Agile and the Solo Developer
A Force of One - Agile and the Solo Developer
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A Force of One - Agile and the Solo Developer

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Ever been invited to a project kickoff party only to find out that you’re flying solo? Congratulations, you’ve just become the ultimate co-located, self-organized, cross-functional, energized agile …

Ever been invited to a project kickoff party only to find out that you’re flying solo? Congratulations, you’ve just become the ultimate co-located, self-organized, cross-functional, energized agile team of one. Join us for this session where we explore how the lone coder can take advantage of the best agile has to offer in this era of ever shrinking budgets.

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  • MotivationAutonomy
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  • The current preview release is not the complete solution of the TFS Functionality but still we can use the below productsSource ControlWork Item TrackingAgile Project Management (New in TFS 11)TestingBuild AutomationWe can use the below clients to connect to the TFS Cloud once we are done with the successful registration. The client includingVisual Studio 2010Test Professional 2010Visual Studio 11 ( Not available except MSDN Subscribers(Team Explorer EverywhereMicrosoft Office Integration
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    • 1. What are the practices relevant to a solo developer?How can we tell if we’re winning?Where should I start first?
    • 2. Vision documentUser storiesSingle project backlogCustomer contact
    • 3. Browse Catalog Biz Value: 5 Acceptance Criteria:As a shopper I want to browse the − Shopper is shown a list of productTailspin Toys catalog so that I may categories.purchase some toys. − Shopper can view details for each product in catalog, including : name, inventory #, description, price, and related items.Estimate: 3
    • 4. ColocationRelative size estimatesSmall batch sizesContinuous integrationFrequent releasesResearch spikes
    • 5. Relative sizeestimates
    • 6. Smallbatch sizes
    • 7. Test driven requirementsTest driven development(Red-Green-Refactor)Done Done stateBugs before features
    • 8. Emergent architectureSimple design (YAGNI)Aggressive refactoring(green code only)
    • 9. Simpledesign(YAGNI)
    • 10. Simpledesign(YAGNI)
    • 11. Single project backlogInformation radiatorsCustomer demos
    • 12. Coding standardsAutomated functionaltestsSustainable pace
    • 13. Sustainablepace
    • 14. Collaboration with customerAttention to qualityIncrementalismAutomationContinuous improvementEnergized workforce
    • 15. No definitive processHuge casesTechnical debtLarge, complex, high-riskprojects
    • 16. User storiesSingle project backlogRelative size estimationSmall batch sizesSimple design (YAGNI)Sustainable pace
    • 17. https://tfspreview.com/
    • 18. Buckaroo Banzai

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