Agile Methods 2011 UNCPBA

Distributed Scrum
My experience in Nextive on the Themis project
Eng. Esteban S. Abait Developer, Nextive esteban.abait@nextive.com

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Agenda

Project description Team composition & organization Communication Sprint description

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Project description

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The Themis project

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Project description (2)

High level overview
Learner site Admin site

Learner s

Admins Advisor s Directo rs

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Team composition & organization (I)

Currently working on the project
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5 developers 3 QAs 1 PM 1 Functional Analyst

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Support
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1 senior architect 1 architect 3 sysadmins

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Team composition & organization (I)
Develope rs QA s

GMT – 3 Córdoba Mendoza Santa Fé Tandil

GMT – 7 San Francisco

GMT – 3 Córdoba Buenos Aires

GMT – 7 San Francisco

PM

F A

GMT – 7 San Francisco 4/14/12

GMT – 3 Buenos Aires

Communication (1)

Distribution changes the way to scrum Co-located teams shares a room, distributed teams share a chat room

Nextive’s sysadmin Developer Team requests chat room s room
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Communication (3)

Google Docs
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Backlog Design documents Software diagrams

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Enables collaborative work in real time

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Communication (2)

Client in San Francisco

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Sprint description (1)

1 week sprints Activities and sprint example

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Sprint description (2)

Backlog and tracker

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Sprint description (3)

Configuration management
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SVN – Jira Hudson to automate push and development tasks (such as database backups)

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Questions

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