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Experiences From Agile Projects Great & Small (ASWEC 2009)
Experiences From Agile Projects Great & Small (ASWEC 2009)
Experiences From Agile Projects Great & Small (ASWEC 2009)
Experiences From Agile Projects Great & Small (ASWEC 2009)
Experiences From Agile Projects Great & Small (ASWEC 2009)
Experiences From Agile Projects Great & Small (ASWEC 2009)
Experiences From Agile Projects Great & Small (ASWEC 2009)
Experiences From Agile Projects Great & Small (ASWEC 2009)
Experiences From Agile Projects Great & Small (ASWEC 2009)
Experiences From Agile Projects Great & Small (ASWEC 2009)
Experiences From Agile Projects Great & Small (ASWEC 2009)
Experiences From Agile Projects Great & Small (ASWEC 2009)
Experiences From Agile Projects Great & Small (ASWEC 2009)
Experiences From Agile Projects Great & Small (ASWEC 2009)
Experiences From Agile Projects Great & Small (ASWEC 2009)
Experiences From Agile Projects Great & Small (ASWEC 2009)
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Experiences From Agile Projects Great & Small (ASWEC 2009)

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Experiences From Agile Projects Great and Small talk, delivered by Craig Smith and Paul King at the Australian Software Engineering Conference (ASWEC) 2009 at Surfers Paradise.

Experiences From Agile Projects Great and Small talk, delivered by Craig Smith and Paul King at the Australian Software Engineering Conference (ASWEC) 2009 at Surfers Paradise.

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  • 1. Experiences from Agile Projects Great & Small Craig Smith Dr Paul King Suncorp ASERT
  • 2. Overview 18/01/2010 -1-
  • 3. Team Practices – Daily Standup / Scrum 18/01/2010 -2-
  • 4. Team Practices – Iteration Kickoff / Open 18/01/2010 -3-
  • 5. Team Practices - Retrospective 18/01/2010 -4-
  • 6. Team Practices – Iteration Length / Done 18/01/2010 Image: http://www.xqa.com.ar/visualmanagement/ -5-
  • 7. Software Development Practices - Deployment 18/01/2010 Image: http://www.dnm.ie/html/virtualisation.html -6-
  • 8. Software Development Practices - Practices 18/01/2010 -7-
  • 9. Project Characteristics – Duration / Type 18/01/2010 Image: http:// www.dilbert.com -8-
  • 10. Project Characteristics – BDUF 18/01/2010 -9-
  • 11. Equipment & Tools 18/01/2010 - 10 -
  • 12. Facilities & Distributed Teams 18/01/2010 - 11 -
  • 13. People & Roles – Influence / Quality Staff 18/01/2010 Image: http://www.vimeo.com/user1195135/videos - 12 -
  • 14. People & Roles – Co-Located Customer / Team 18/01/2010 Image: http://www.agile-software-development.com/2007/03/what-if-my-agile-development-colleagues.html - 13 -
  • 15. Change from Bottom Up & Top Down 18/01/2010 Image: http://drdividend.com/What_Are_Dividends_.html Image: http://www.greenenergyinvestors.com/index.php?act=Print&client=printer&f=2&t=2991 - 14 -
  • 16. More Information / Questions 18/01/2010 Read / Watch: • Experiences from Agile Projects Great & Small (ASWEC Conference Proceedings) • Agile Project Experiences – The Story of the Three Little Pigs (Agile 2008) • Technical Lessons Learned Turning the Agile Dials to Eleven! (Agile 2008) • http://www.infoq.com/presentations/ Super-Agile-Craig-Smith-and-Paul-King) Web: • http://www.suncorp.com.au • http://www.asert.com.au • http://www.agileacademy.com.au Email: • craig.smith@suncorp.com.au • paulk@asert.com.au Image: http://www.strategicprofits.com/blog/ - 15 -
  • 17. Acknowledgments 18/01/2010 Suncorp is one of Australia and New Zealand's largest diversified financial services providers, supplying banking, insurance and wealth management products to around 7 million customers through well-established and recognised brands such as AAMI, Australian Pensioners Insurance Agency, Shannons, Vero, Asteron and Tyndall, as well as Suncorp and GIO. Today, Suncorp is Australia's sixth largest bank and second largest domestic general insurance group, with over 16,000 staff. Suncorp has representation in 450 offices, branches and agencies throughout Australia and New Zealand. ASERT is one of Australia‟s leading suppliers of development services, mentoring and training in Agile, Web Services, Web Applications, Java, Groovy and Grails. - 16 -

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