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Regional SCRUM GATHERING® Tokyoは、スクラムの初心者からエキスパート、ユーザー企業から開発企業、立場の異なる様々な人々が集まる学びの場です。講演やワークショップ、そして参加者同士の交流を通じて、世界最前線の情報から日本の現場での工夫まで多くの知見を得られます。

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Monday, January 18 • 1:30pm - 1:50pm
Bridging the communication gap with Specification by Example

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Having trouble with users can’t fixed the requirements? Built the wrong functionality? This talk illustrates some of the common problems in software development and shows you how the practice of Specification by Example can reduce the communication gap. Specification by Example has its influences from XP practices like Test-Driven Development and Acceptance testing and is regarded as one of the cornerstones in software development.

Agenda:
1. What are communication gaps?
2. Software requirements is a communication problem
3. What are Examples and how can it can help
4. Getting started
 
Target Audiences:
Not limited to developers, team leads, testers, managers, business analysts, product management.
 
Takeaways:
Being aware of this practice and learn how to collaborate between customers and team in a way that facilities better understanding.

Speakers
avatar for Stanly Lau

Stanly Lau

Agile/Technical Coach, Odd-e
Stanly believes software development is a lifetime professional career, and he has done (and is doing) many things to gain the awareness. In the past 10+ years, he took many roles, from programmer to team lead, manager, community leader and coach. His interests range from technical practices like TDD, Refactoring to people and organisation behaviour. He strongly believes environment influences people's behaviour and often help people to learn... Read More →


Monday January 18, 2016 1:30pm - 1:50pm
Room2

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