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Oasis Agile home

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Oasis Agile home

  1. 1. “Oasis” Agile Home BY YOGESH S. SHINDE
  2. 2. Yogesh S. Shinde (Agile Consultant) http://www.yogeshshinde.com
  3. 3. Disclaimer All content appearing in this presentation are NOT from fictitious or novel. All characters are REAL, NOT from any imaginary world. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, should NOT be considered as purely coincidental. NO parental guidance is required to watch. 
  4. 4. Idea Working as Agile practitioner for many years, I have become a known face of Agile among my colleagues. I started feeling that I know everything about Agile until my friend from outside the IT world asked me very basic question which brought me down in a moment.
  5. 5. Site before work start
  6. 6. Road ahead 1. Vision 2. Persona 3. Initial Product Backlog 4. Appointment of a Scrum Master 5. Story Mapping 6. First Sprint (pilot)
  7. 7. Vision Building Farm house using Agile principle Farm House as weekend home for family Hangout place for Friends Seeking business opportunity in future
  8. 8. Persona I ◦ Age : 30 - 35 ◦ Weekend Home ◦ Utilization of Land ◦ Business Opportunity ◦ Unique & Creative place ◦ Within budget & Easy to Maintain Someone Special Age : 30 - 35 ◦ Private Home ◦ Garden ◦ Variety of Flowers ◦ Natural surrounding ◦ Calm and beautiful place ◦ Cleanliness ◦ Small Kitchen Many more…. 
  9. 9. Parents Age : 55 + •Retirement Home •Secured Place •Natural surrounding •Reusability like Rain water harvesting •Fresh vegetables from own Kids Age : 5 to 15 •Open play area •Indoor games • Swing, slider etc. •Swimming tank •Fruit plants •Mini Home theater Persona (continue…)
  10. 10. Friends Age : 20 to 40 •Party lawn •Barbeque •Mini bar •Guest room •Many more….  Guest Age : 05 to 60 •Clean & hygiene place •Natural surrounding •Secure place •Well in budget •Swimming pool •Garden play equipment Persona (continue…)
  11. 11. Appointment of Product Owner Who else can be better than ME for this role  Role Assignment
  12. 12. Appointment of Scrum Master ◦Find a person who can talk with team in their language and convert my ideas into action.
  13. 13. Initial Product backlog Theme: Basic Infrastructure Development ◦ Feature 1 : Land leveling ◦ Feature 2 : Water storage ◦ Feature 3 : Creating Spaces for various activities
  14. 14. Story Mapping Feature : Water storage • User Story 1 : Create Under Ground Storage Tank • User Story 2 : Create Swimming Pool • User Story 3 : Create overhead tank for utility usage. • User Story 4 : Create tank for plants. (Drip Irrigation etc.)
  15. 15. First sprint – Commitment & Task creation • User Story 1 : Create Under Ground Storage Tank • JCB work • Cleaning area • Bricks work • Water proofing • Slab (covering under ground tank) • User Story 2 : Create Swimming Pool – Basic structure • JCB work • Cleaning area • Bricks work • Water proofing
  16. 16. US : Create Under Ground Water Storage Tank
  17. 17. Facts Team : 1 team (7 members) Sprint duration : 1 week Demo : Every Sunday Total sprint required : 42 Sprints. Backlog management tool : MS excel Sprint progress tool : Black board on site Daily Scrum : 15 min ( 9:00 am)
  18. 18. 1. Evolving designs 2. Communication
  19. 19. Road Map (future planning)
  20. 20. Questions? 25
  21. 21. Thank You !!! Yogesh S. Shinde (Agile Consultant) http://www.yogeshshinde.com yogeshshinde@yahoo.com

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