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Thursday, November 7 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Strategies for Success: A Singapore Case Study and a look to the future

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Feature Driven Development (FDD) is one the founding Agile methodologies and it came to international recognition from a project right here in Singapore. This project pre-dated the writing of the Agile manifesto and was at the time one of the largest Java projects in the region.

How did the people, process, and technology changes required for such a project get successfully introduced at a major Corporation that was a Mainframe Cobol environment at the time and had not even done client/server or object oriented before? 

In this session you will get to listen to the creator of one of the founding Agile methods. Hear him tell the story of this famous Singapore Agile project from the perspective of adoption lessons that can be applied today. That is, how to successfully adopt Agile and the change it requires. Then, hear about the latest thinking on the rise of Social and it's impact on organising structures including Agile projects.

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Jeff De Luca

Nebulon (http://www.nebulon.com)
Jeff De Luca is a dynamic, results-driven Information Technology executive and strategist. He has over 30 years experience around the world in high level project management, strategy, architecture-design, and troubleshooting, with IBM and in his own successful I.T. consultancy company... Read More →

Thursday November 7, 2013 2:00pm - 3:00pm GMT+08
Practices Space Hibiscus Main Ballroom

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