TDD Guerrilla - the little guy's perspective
Speaker: Sasha Popov
I am a software engineer currently working at Dynamic Yield.I have over 10 years of development experience from CTERA Networks, EMC Israel & Bluephoenix Solutions.At the beginning of my career I worked for 2 years in a team that practiced Extreme Programming. And ever since I tried bringing some of what I learned during those 2 years to the more "traditional" organizations I got to work in.
Driving a change towards cleaner&better code through unit testing&refactoring.Bottom up, from the perspective of a simple coder.Handling legacy code within harsh time constraints.Planting seeds of continuous integration.Refactoring for testability.Getting your management on board.
Zero bug policy
Speaker: Gal Zellermayer
I have vast experience in all the aspects of development life cycle - From the innovation, through building the product backlog, leading the implementation while maintaining high quality and deliver the product to customer happiness.
But my true passion and mastery is building the perfect software house. A team that can deliver any product with a high quality in a fast manner.
I'm passionate about new technologies, products, and also about the process, but the thing that excites me the most are the people I work with. I get proud when people that I've mentored and coached get advance in their careers.
Specialties: people development; Java-based server technologies; agile methodologies; Continuous improvement; Innovation.
How many bugs do you manage? 50? 200? 2000?Maybe you cannot even tell what the exact number is, because it keeps changing.I know exactly how many bugs we have in our product – zero. How much time do you spend in bug triage meetings and on bug management (moving them around from version to version)?I spend half an hour once a month. And I never see the same bug more than once.Often, we wonder how should we handle bugs when working in scrum/agile? The answer is 0 bugs policy. It is based on our experience in several of the scrum teams in VMware Israel.The talk is a manifest that describes what is the 0 bugs policy and why it is the only way to go.
17:45 - 18:00 Gathering
18:00 - 18:45 TDD Guerrilla - the little guy's perspective by Sasha Popov
18:45 - 19:00 Break
19:00 - 20:00 Zero bug policy by Gal Zellermayer
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