Bango attended once again the annual Agile Spain conference that took place in the lovely city of Vitoria-Gasteiz in the Basque Country. Two days of great talks, keynotes and workshops discussing the Agile methodologies. And, just like in the last two years, we found it incredibly inspiring, creative and full of bright ideas to optimize and understand better how we can motivate and drive our teams.
Bango development has recently improved Bango Dashboard to make it easier for major stores and mobile operators to identify areas to optimize and measure improvements based on actions undertaken as part of Bango Boost.
David Fernández, Scrum master & Software engineer, gave a really excellent and wonderful speech about the eternal dilemma of the resource vs person topic when it comes to the contractual relationship of your own self and your professional skills with your employer and the people that are part of it.
Gerard Chiva, Agile and business coach, made a very interesting speech about obsession with attention to detail, quality and pace on product delivery using a very interesting metaphor.
This is the first of a series of posts about the CAS 2015 (Conference Agile Spain) in Madrid, a really incredible meeting point to share learning and synergy between people who see product development in a different way, being this my second time attending. Since the amount of conferences I attended is big, and so is the amount of information I collected, I will summarize them progressively in the following days.
Last 3rd and 4th of December 2014 I attended the CAS 2014 conference that took place in the gorgeous city of Barcelona, Spain. During these two days I attended a series of conferences covering all the aspects of modern approaches on agile technologies along with detailed aspects I wasn’t aware of in project management.
The experience was extremely productive and interesting, and I just regret not being able to attend all of the conferences (normally, you would have to choose between several options, as there are too many speakers at once, and as usual you probably regret attending some, being some kind of lottery somehow). While you can see all the conferences in the official website, most of them were purely in spanish, being not quite convenient for English speakers.