F.NUG December 2011 - Agile Scrum
Fredericton .NET User Group
November F.NUG Meeting
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6:30pm - 9:00pm (ITC building UNB Campus, Room ITC317)
Topic: Agile Scrum Methodology
Presented by: Gaetan Savoie
This presentation will discuss the IT Agile Scrum implementation of an existing organisation where Gaetan had a chance to work for two years. It will start with an overview of agile, a discussion of the benefits and a point of view on agile best practices. We will focus on the Scrum based approach to project delivery taken by this organisation and include some of the lessons learned.
While covering the following topics, Gaetan will provide a view point of what works and what doesn’t work based on his experience and discuss each element in detail:
- Overview of the Scrum Process
- The Roles on an Agile Team
- Sprint Planning Meeting
- Daily Scrum Meeting
- The Sprint
- The Sprint Review meeting
- Sprint Retrospective Meeting
- Guidelines for Estimating and Planning
Gaetan Savoie is a Leading consultant for SwiftRadius. He is a consultant with 10+ years of experience in requirements gathering, design, and implementation of software business applications. He specializes in system data architecture, data warehousing, and database analysis, software architecture and development using .NET technologies. Much of his experience has been in both governmental/private sector projects whereby he has served in both development and system analysis/architecture roles. He has had a lot of exposure leading projects using various flavours of agile/iterative development methodologies.
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