Activities

How one project fell down, got up and ultimately succeeded; a "real" case study

It is not possible to register to this event anymore.

“As a..I want..so I can...” these words are the basis of an Agile User story and were designed to facilitate communication leading to great software.

This presentation will explore some advantages and limits to using the Agile approach to software development. We will see how the user stories for a Medical Billing and Payroll system changed over time and how these changes illustrate some of the underlying issues and challenges faced in many software development projects. Once identified; approaches to overcoming these challenges and issues will be examined for efficacy and limitation all within the framework of the Agile Methodology.

 

Speaker :

Josh Cowan has worked with companies in the for-profit, non-profit and public sectors throughout Canada and the U.S. With 14 years of experience with administrative software including; medical billing, accounting, payroll and budgeting systems. Josh has worked on the sales, purchasing, design, implementation, and modification of administrative software systems. In addition to software, Josh brings years of experience as a performer and writer with a commitment to making any presentation not only informative but also engaging and fun.

 

7h30-8h00 : registration and breakfast buffet | 8h00-9h00 : conference

No cancellation or reimbursement 5 working days from the event.

It is not possible to register to this event anymore.

How one project fell down, got up and ultimately succeeded; a "real" case study

Type of activity : PMI Conferences - PMI morning conferences
Date : 8 april 2015
Time : 7:30 to 9:00
Price
PMI-Montreal members$ 35.00
Non members$ 55.00
student price$ 35.00
Language : English
Nb of PDUs : 1.0
It is not possible to register to this event anymore.