XDSD : Meetings-Free Software Development Methodology

WHEN: Thursday, February 11, 2016 
WHERE: Palo Alto, CA 94304
TIME: 6:30pm – 9:00pm

Registration: tec-20160211.eventbrite.com

Please join us for exciting talk by Yegor Bugayenko on his new XDSD methodology of  running distributed software development team without meetings, Skype, chats and similar communication channels.

Abstract: We're the first and the only team on the market that is creating software products in remotely distributed teams of freelancers, without using any meetings, chats, phone calls or emails. Our unique lightweight process called XDSD allows us to manage programming activities in micro-tasks of 30 minutes size. This is the next generation of Agile. We're taking programming to the next level, where there are no overtime, frustration, missed deadlines, broken builds, low quality or unhealthy competition between engineers. There will be a number of practical examples to demonstrate XDSD in action.

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