Tag Archives: 2017

Testing modern web apps. At scale. Jan Molak, Software Delivery 2017

Testing modern web apps. At scale.
Thursday Jul 6 – Software delivery

A talk introducing Serenity/JS, a TypeScript implementation of the popular Serenity BDD library, focused on helping JavaScript projects implement acceptance tests that are cheap to maintain and easy to scale. We’ll also look at the Screenplay Pattern, an approach to test scenario design that’s alternative to using Page Objects.

Slides https://www.slideshare.net/janmolak/testing-modern-webapps-at-scale

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Tide Driven Development , Belinda Waldock, Software Cornwall, Agile Teams 2017

Tide Driven Development – Cornwall’s growing tech community

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to work and live Agile on the Beach every day, and how you could be a part of it?

Cornwall’s Tech sector is causing waves with its thriving and connected tech community! Ranked the 3rd fastest growing cluster in the UK for jobs growth this year (TechNation 2017) the county continues its surge of growth and development.

Want to know what we are doing to cause this growth? Then don’t miss this session. Join Belinda and the Software Cornwall team to find out what’s been happening in the Cornish tech community this year.

Slides : TideDrivenDevelopmentAOTBBelindaJuly2017

Periscope Live Video (by Software Cornwall)

www.pscp.tv/w/bCzmMjF6dkVOcFh6elJWS2V8MU95S0FCWkJsQU1HYo1y3D1SMcX_lendGbcGMh4nttkiReYOzGJiYZu8DyXC

www.softwarecornwall.org

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Retrospective Sailing Workshop, Belinda Waldock – Agile Practices 2017

Agile Retrospective Sailing Workshop

Retrospective Sailing – an agile reflection game A hands on workshop facilitating a practical retrospective game. Retrospective Sailing is a game you can play as an individual in any role, as part of a development team, or, with clients and customers to help understand how your journey is fairing. This game will give you a new and fun way to run a retrospective to help to gain your bearings, identify what’s putting the wind in your sails, the anchors holding you back, and discover hidden treasure. Then you’ll plot your course and map a way forward that raises those anchors and catches the tide and a fair wind. Attendees will be introduced to the game and try it out themselves. They’ll be case examples and tips for facilitating the game too. Join us for some constructive fun, practical outcomes, and a useful tool to take back to the office.

Slides : RetrospectiveSailingBelindaAgileOTBJuly2017

Blog : http://www.beingagile.co.uk/retrospective-sailing-game-agile-teams-practices-workshop/

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Red, Green, then what? Adrian Mowat – Agile Software Delivery Workshop 2017

Red, Green, then what?  Adrian Mowat
Workshop
3:15pm – 4:59pm Jul 6
The “refactor” step in TDD is deceptively simple: you just have to improve the code, without changing what it does, right? And the experts make it look so easy: “Look”, they say, “here’s some duplication, which I will remove by <insert magic incantation here>”. But how should you decide which “duplication” to remove first? What happens if you fix the “wrong” smell? And how do you even see that duplication in the first place? In this workshop you will learn the value of Coupling as a practical tool to help plan and manage refactoring. You will explore a smelly codebase using Connascence – an objective approach to discovering and measuring the important Coupling in an application. You won’t be writing any code, but please bring a laptop so that you can download the sample code and navigate it using your preferred IDE.

 

Sides : Red, then Green then what?

Adrian Mowat

Software Developer with a strong interest in writing systems that are
clean and easy to change, Software Craftsmanship and creating great
teams

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What is good like? Anna Miedzianowska, Ocado – Agile Product Management 2017

What is good like? Anna Miedzianowska, Ocado – Agile Product Management 2017

This is a case study based on my work at Ocado Technology. These are true stories about – including dev teams in user research, – keeping user personas alive, – working on a team dynamic, – portfolio management, – learning from experience

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Photos 2017

 

Photographs can be viewed via our facebook page www.facebook.com/agileonthebeach or via the below google drive folders

Please do feel free to share these images, and do tag yourselves on facebook if you wish to.  Please credit to www.AgileontheBeach.com and our brilliant photographer Toby Weller, www.tobyweller.com , thank you

Day One Photos (inc beach party) –

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B_pq_EkYcZcpMHgybjBYcnFGeWc?usp=sharing

Day Two Photos (inc boat trip)

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B_pq_EkYcZcpYTE5RnVUQlA4cmM?usp=sharing

 

A Selection of our favorites!

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2017 content – work in progress

 

We will be adding content from Agile on the Beach 2017 including photos, videos, blogs and other media content as received over the coming weeks/months.

If you have slides, photos, blogs or content you would like to share please email to

belinda@beingagile.co.uk

Thank you for your patience as we collate, edit and publish content

Tickets for 2018 are now on sale at www.agileonthebeach.co.uk

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Agile Practice Impact Model – Interactive Posters: 2017

2017

This year we are displaying Interactive Posters for delegates to record their experiences of agile to support

Agile Practice Impact Model – Interactive Posters: An Alternative to Collect Practitioners’ Experience

 

Download PDF Agile Practices Impact Model

Download PDF Impact Survey_EASE2017_v9

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