Breakfast Seminar @ Cybercom Mob Programming: A Whole Team Approach
16 October, 08:15-09:15
Mob Programming can be a highly effective approach. Please join me as I share how the concept got started, the benefits, techniques we use, and some of the problems we’ve faced.
October 16, 08.15 – 09.15
Venue: CreActive Mjärdevi Science Park, Teknikringen 10, Linköping
Free of charge!
Mob Programming is a software development approach where the whole team works on the same thing, at the same time, in the same space, and on the same computer. It is a whole-team approach to doing all the work the team does including designing, coding, testing, and working with the customers, users and other stakeholders. This is an evolutionary step beyond pair programming, and accentuates the face-to-face communication, team alignment, collaboration, and self-organizing team concepts of the Agile approach to software development. Mob Programming can be a highly effective approach. Please join me as I share how the concept got started, the benefits, techniques we use, and some of the problems we’ve faced.
You will learn enough to try this out on your own with your team or with some friends. Along the way we’ll answer a lot of the questions you might have including: How do we set things up? Who should be part of the team? What is the right-size for a team? How can we work together with just one computer? Why would we want to do this? Is it productive?
Woody Zuill from Hunter Industries
Woody Zuill is from San Diego, CA, and along with his team at Hunter Industries is considered a pioneer and originator of Mob Programming. He’s been sharing this way of working at conferences and workshops all over the world for the past 5 years. He has helped hundreds of teams learn to apply these teamwork ideas and techniques, and holds a conference on Mob Programming in Boston, MA each spring.
This event is hosted by Sectra and Cybercom.