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This is one of serial events about developing through the new normal. Over the coming months, we will talk about software development methodologies like XP and Application modernization.
In "What is Extreme Programming?", Dan and Robert will talk about Extreme Programming and how it was used at VMware Pivotal Labs to enable the client team to deliver higher quality software. They will talk about practices like Pair Programming and Test Driven Development, why you might like to try XP in your organisation.
- XP values and why XP?
- XP engineering practices
- Test Driven Development
- Pair Programming
- CI / CD
Robert: Senior Engineer @ VMware Pivotal Labs
Robert has worked with clients around APJ as a consultant for VMware Pivotal Labs, helping them to learn Extreme Programming practices while delivering software. Prior to VMware, he has worked in startups in Japan for over a decade. He is from Melbourne, Australia.
Dan: Senior Engineer @ VMware Pivotal Labs
Dan is a software engineer originally from the US. He has worked with companies both from Enterprise to Startups. He currently works to help clients adopt extreme programming practices while building software at VMware Pivotal Labs.
|19:30 - 19:35||Opening|
|19:35 - 20:15||Talk|
|20:15 - 20:20||Break|
|20:20 - 20:40||Q & A|
|20:40 - 21:00||Retro|
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