Principles of Managing Software Development
Managing software is different from other management because of the nature of software development. It is the softness, the focus on learning, the complexity and the lack of physical material that causes this difference. Companies who manage software development without understanding this different nature will grossly mismanage their development effort, causing it to be ineffective at best and resulting in low quality software. In this session, Bas will explore five principles of managing software development that he has distilled out of his own development experience and the experience of coaching management of several large agile development projects.
Agile Coach, Odd-e
Bas Vodde is an experienced coach in agile methods and especially Scrum. He's also a certified Scrum master trainer. Next to Scrum, he trains and coaches teams in TDD, retrospective and agile planning. In 2005 he moved to Helsinki, Finland to introduce Agile Development and in particular Scrum, in Nokia Networks. For two years he watched dozens of teams adopt scrum and other agile practices. After which he decided to focus on one very large product and help it go "all the way". Currently he is... Read More →
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