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Minimum Viable Design: Lean/Agile system & software architecture

The yelling is over, the features are prioritized, the experiments are designed. Now it's time to implement. How do you transition from idea to MVP (or beta) without (1) having to throw everything away when your user base explodes or (2) getting stuck in design and architecture hell? I'll take you through an experience-based, platform-agnostic approach to creating lightweight architecture and design that is equally useful ...more »

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Launching a Startup: From The Trenches

Building successful businesses is tough - especially for software startups. The principles and practices from lean startup and agile/lean development can certainly help. But what do you do if these approaches are new to the team? How do you strike the balance between learning, team improvements and delivering value? This is a challenge my recent startup, Printchomp, experienced and is still experiencing. In this session ...more »

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Testing is waste? Why LEAN won't put testers out of business

In a perfectly scripted Agile World, where developers are the most disciplined group, the role of testers will probably diminish. We are living in an economic conundrum where budget cuts and cost savings are directly correlated with the ‘Agile way of working’. This means, testing which was once the saviour during the good old dot com boom, is now the first one shown the door! So what does it means to us? In this session, ...more »

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