Agenda

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Time (min)

8:00

9:00

Registration

60

9:00

9:15

Welcome from Bosnia Agile

15

9:15

9:30

Authority Partners Inc. – An Agile Company: Enes Pelko

15

9:30

10:45

Management 3.0 in 60 minutes (Opening Keynote): Jurgen Appelo

75

10:45

11:00

Break and Networking

15

11:00

11:45

Product Owner Kōdōkan: Kemal Bajramović

45

11:45

12:30

Eliminating Barriers to Agility with DevOps: Elizabeth Woodward

45

12:30

13:45

Lunch

75

13:45

15:15

Lego Building Block Workshop

Fariz Saračević

Scrum Sprint Structure Workshop

Nermina Durmić/Kemal Bajramović

90

15:15

15:30

Break and Networking

15

15:30

17:00

Complexity requires Empiricism which requires Scrum

Ralph Jocham

Introduction to XP and TDD

Sejo Cesić/Enis Zeherović

90

17:00

17:30

Retrospective and Closing Notes Bosnia Agile

30

 

 

Authority Partners Inc. – An Agile Company to be held by Enes Pelko

From agile project management to agile company management – Our rapid growth from a startup to a global software company.

Management 3.0 in 60 minutes (Opening Keynote) to be held by Jurgen Appelo

Agile management is an often overlooked part of Agile. There are at least a hundred books for agile developers and project managers, but very few for agile managers and leaders. However, when organizations adopt agile software development, not only developers and project managers need to learn new practices. Development managers and team leaders must also learn a different approach to leading and managing organizations.

Product Owner Kōdōkan to be held by Kemal Bajramovic

With a short introduction to the role of Product Owner in a Scrum team, this lecture aims at demonstrating the unique leadership role of a Product Owner and providing hands-on practice with thinking and collaboration tools and practices in moving and shaping a product vision.

Eliminating Barriers to Agility with DevOps to be held by Elizabeth Woodward

Agile development is a mature, mainstream approach to software delivery today. Agile Maturity Research respondents indicate that 78% of development team members have now worked on at least one agile project, 25% report they are extremely experienced with agile, and 81% of teams surveyed have more than one year of experience with agile methods. Beyond that, 21 countries each have more than 1,000 certified Scrum Masters—an indication of the global adoption of agile methods today. Additionally, agile has moved beyond a focus of small teams developing software to organizations delivering software. Agile is appearing in unexpected complex areas, including government, automotive, banking, and electronics industries.

However, agility is often constrained by a much broader set of collaboration activities and constraints across all sub-teams responsible for delivering a solution as part of a larger value stream.  This session explores DevOpsas "an essential enterprise capability for continuous software delivery that enables organizations to seize market opportunities and reduce time to customer feedback." It discusses DevOps as an approach to eliminating collaboration barriers beyond development and IT operations, and a model for continuously improving in complex environments. 

Lego Building Block Workshop to be held by Fariz Saracevic

Learn how to apply principles of lean to discover and eliminate waste throughout the development lifecycle. In this interactive session, participants will experience a simulated production line, encounter common challenges and apply lean practices to improve in their efficiency and effectiveness. Participants will be introduced to concepts such as push versus pull systems, Kanban, elimination of waste and systems thinking through interactive presentation, discussions and hands-on activities.

Complexity requires Empiricism which requires Scrum to be held by Ralph Jocham

Understand the underlying principles and practices of Scrum. This workshop explains the history of Scrum, the differences of plan-driven defined development approaches and how progress can be easily measured. Come learn and understand through theory and joyful exercises the power of Scrum.

“Scrum Sprint Structure” Workshop to be held by Nermina Durmic and Kemal Bajramovic

The aim of the “Scrum Sprint Structure” workshop is to explain and demonstrate the most common activities in a Sprint, that need to be undertaken in order to complete the Sprint successfully. More specifically, the workshop clarifies the meaning and purpose of each of the scrum events, such as: Sprint Planning, Daily Standup, Sprint Review, Sprint Retrospective and Product Backlog Refinement. Attendees will have a chance to participate in scrum event demonstrations and discuss their burning questions.

Introduction to XP and TDD to be held by Sejo Cesić and Enis Zeherovic

Introduction to eXtreme Programming (XP) with interactive and practical examples of one of its main practices: Test Driven Development (TDD).

In the first part, we will lead you through the practices of XP and make you understand why XP has been revolutionary for the software development.

After that, we will provide a more in-depth view of TDD. By sharing the best practices we will give you concrete guidelines on how to apply TDD on your projects. The session is expected to be highly interactive, you are all welcome to bring your own ideas, questions and suggestions. 

 

 

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