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Planning Patterns and Antipatterns

by XPer at Self-Employed on Jun 29, 2011

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Slides from my presentation at Better Software 2011 (in Italian)

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  • xpmatteo Matteo Vaccari, XPer at Self-Employed Non credo che l'architetto sia 'il' punto di contatto. Penso che l'architetto, nelle aziende dove questo ruolo esiste, sia uno degli stakeholder di cui bisogna tenere conto. E' anche lui un 'cliente', con i suoi valori, da bilanciare con tutti gli altri valori degli altri stakeholder. Ti torna? 2 years ago
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  • ubertobarbini Uberto Barbini, Software Architect / Team Leader at Vodafone Global Sarebbe da approfondire il ruolo dell'architetto in un progetto agile. Lui dovrebbe essere il punto di contatto tra il committente e il team. Ma come gestirlo in un team agile? 2 years ago
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