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It’s all in the data. Join us for a hands-on workshop exploring techniques to accelerate delivery using real-world data examples. BDD practices help us involve the Business but can still be prone to misunderstandings and ambiguities. By turning examples from abstract to concrete at every step of the way we can create a dialogue, inform the design, find problems and complexities early and build elegant and relevant solutions to complex business problems.
We’ll cover how to start small, guiding development through use of incremental examples, giving the whole team a laser-like focus on the outcome, and helping the learning process start as early as possible.
We’ll explore ways of breaking the giant boulder down into small manageable pieces, using meaningful real-world data at every level of detail to facilitate great collaboration and feedback.
We’ll demonstrate the value of collaborating with real examples, driving conversations all the way to specific data from the start, identifying and solving domain problems early, and transferring this understanding into the design and implementation.
Exercises will help you use BDD practices in context, aiming to give the whole team some useful techniques to start using straight away, whatever your in-house development methodology.
This workshop is limited to 40 on a first come first serve basis.
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Keeping it Real [Workshop]
Jenny Martin coaches in Agile delivery, quality improvement and innovation gaming. She has a deep appreciation for business goal segmentation and the visualization of what she labels ‘horizons of value’ within business strategy.
Pete is CTO at Railsbank - enabling fintech companies to access global banking with 5 lines of code, and driving the costs out of finance infrastructure so finance can be more inclusive and less abusive.