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- July 7-8, 2017
- Radisson Blu Daugava
- 250+ Participants
- 10+ Speakers
- 2 Awesome Days
Agile Day Riga 2017
It's time to set a new event in your calendars again. We will be glad if you join us on July 7-8, 2017. Let's use these days for peer-to-peer learning, collaboration and creativity. We invite you to join and share your insights and feelings, discuss the questions you care about. Let's learn together!
What is Agile Day Riga?
Goal of this conference is to provide a clear explanation why Agile and Lean software development approaches became so important nowadays, show how these approaches help to solve problems and facilitate discussions and experience exchange between Agile practitioners and newcomers.
What is Agile Latvia?
Agile Latvia is a community with a goal to spread information about Agile practices amongst Latvian software development professionals and industry newcomers.
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Nexus: How We Do Scrum with 150+ People
Nexus is a framework for scaled Scrum developed by Scrum co-creator Ken Schwaber and Scrum.org community. It addresses the most painful problems of scaled development – dealing with dependencies and building 'Done' integrated software every iteration. In our short talk, we are going to explain the key concepts of Nexus and illustrate them with our own case study where 150+ people successfully do Scrum to build software for a big North American retail company using Nexus.
Artem Kolyshkin is a Senior Delivery Manager at EPAM with wide experience of product and project delivery. Currently implementing the Nexus framework on a project with 150 + people.
Konstantin Razumovsky is an Agile Coach and Professional Scrum Trainer by Scrum.org. He has an extensive hands-on experience as a Java Developer, Scrum Master, and Project Manager.
Scrum as an Engine for Organizational Changes
When people talk about Scrum they usually discuss corresponding roles, artifacts and events. Also most of the people think that Scrum is about fast delivery. Well, actually Scrum is about radical organizational changes and optimizing business value. Proper Scrum implementation leads to changes in organizational structures, policies and processes. Also proper Scrum implementation means descaling your organization and making it a much flatter one. Not obvious why? Let’s discuss it.
Agile Coach and Professional Scrum Trainer (PST) at Scrum.org. Has never worked in his life because a border between the work and life does not exist for him. During last several years Illya focused on transforming large organizations to Agile style of being. Organizer of the largest Agile meetup in Russia and Scrum Russia conference.