Showing posts from November, 2018

Slides: De .Net a Python

Slides que utilizamos para nuestra presentación en CommitConf 2018. También se pueden ver  aquí Video:

A brief history about agile transformation

By re-reading a post from a friend of the honey-badger tribe , I realized how much in common it has with a known situation experienced in a recent past. Imagine you join a team in the following situation: Unclear processes and workflow Lack of knowledge about the product Team executing decisions taken by others Vague software development practices Also, within this context, imagining you receiving a great market opportunity which requires deliver something with a fixed deadline. Looks like a case to continue doing what's done in the past to avoid taking risk of failure, but off course leaving the same picture as above regarding team processes. There is always the chance to be counterintuitive and use this greenfield project to boost the team processes to another level. The good thing is to have an organization aware of this issues and the willingness to support any change that improves the way they work. So, having this context, the willing to improve it and a dea