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Wednesday, July 30 • 10:45 - 11:15
Mob Programming: A Whole Team Approach (Woody Zuill) FILLING

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Mob Programming is a development approach where the whole team works on the same thing, at the same time, in the same space, and at the same computer. The Whole Team works together to do almost all the work the team does - including coding, designing, testing, and working with the customer (partner, Product Owner, user, etc). We have expanded the "team" nature of all the work we do, not just the planning, retrospectives, and daily stand-up or other meetings, but all the work that the team does.

In other words, this is an evolutionary step to Agile concepts such as pair programming, face-to-face communication, team alignment, collaboration, and "self organizing team".

Although we presented this as a talk at Agile 2013, I'd like to submit this as an Experience Report to document and publish the things we have learned in almost 3 years of development efforts and delivery of high value, high quality software.

I'll share:

* What it looks like

* The results we've had

* Some unexpected benefits we've found

* Why we think it has worked so well for us

* A few practices we find particularly useful

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Woody Zuill

Application Development Manager, Hunter Industries
I've been a software developer for 30+ years, and I'm an Agile enthusiast. I work as an Agile Coach with the original "Mob Programming" team, and have been instrumental highlighting "No Estimates" concepts. | | I've enjoy sharing my Agile experiences, and learning new things. If you are ever in the San Diego area please stop by and "Mob" with us. | | I maintain and write for both the http://mobprogramming.org website, and my own blog at... Read More →

Wednesday July 30, 2014 10:45 - 11:15

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