Tag Archives: Cesario Ramos

Test your roadmap

Within agile projects roadmaps are used to define the releases and get insight in de dependencies between the various teams that are working on the release. An example of a roadmap is given below. A roadmap is a one pager … Continue reading

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Scaling Agile with Less

Previously I posted a link to the ASK matrix. This Matrix compares various agile frameworks. I revisited the site and noticed two things. It has been updated The content of the matrix means much more to me, after I had … Continue reading

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Scaling Agile using subway mapping

Informatie Magazine is a Dutch magazine on Information technology describing the latest developments in IT. The first issue of 2016 has just been released and deals with DevOps and related trends. I’m proud to announce that we, Valori, contributed with an interesting … Continue reading

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AgileHubNoord: Session on scaling agile with Anko Tijman

On 1 september the AgileHubNoord organised a session on Scaling Agile. During the meeting Anko Tijman gave the presentation that we (Anko, Cesario Ramos and I) did during the testnet event last spring. Reading the comments on the event page  the … Continue reading

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Scaling Agile using the Subwaymap

On 30 April I gave a workshop with Anko and Cesario on the Testnet event. The workshop was about Scaling Agile. We discussed the axis along which we can scale agile, the reasons to scale and some of the pitfalls. … Continue reading

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We finished the Expo:QA program

A good thing about being conference chair is: you make the program. And you get to be proud on the result! After a lot of reviewing and discussing, moving talks up and down, the EXPO:QA program is done. I would like … Continue reading

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