David Laribee

Kanban Day May 7th:


A Leaner Form of Agility


Abstract

When is Kanban likely to succeed? How do we introduce it? How does the quest to reduce waste and improve continuously changed tried-and-true XP practices? In this talk, I’ll share my experiences and experiments with Kanban and Lean at Xclaim Software and VersionOne. Among other things we’ll look at how the “day of planning/review/demo” can be whittled down in high-functioning teams, how the desire to release atomic features changes practices like source control and continuous integration, and some of the challenges in transitioning from the small-batch style of work to a true pull system.

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David Laribee

David Laribee coaches the product development team at VersionOne. He has 12 years experience designing and developing enterprise applications and coaching Agile teams. David has worked on internal IT, product development, consulting, and rapid prototyping teams across a wide variety of industries. David is a frequent speaker at local and national developer events. He was awarded a Microsoft Architecture MVP for 2007 and 2008 and writes about Agile and Lean methods, coaching, and software design on the CodeBetter blog network (http://thebeelog.com).