Agile project methodologies are widely adopted by the IT industry, but the project failure rates remain consistent.
John will share his experience of common Systemic Agile anti-patterns, examine the underlying causes of these failures and present remedies in order to #MakeAgileGreatAgain.
About the speakers
With 15 years of experience in software engineering across multiple industries like Automotive, Finance, e-commerce, Healthcare, John has worked as Team Manager, Project Manager, Software Architect and Software Engineer. His mission is to change the way we deliver IT systems to focus on quality, maintainability and sustainability while keeping efficiency high and costs low.
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