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Karthik Sirasanagandla – AgileByExample 2012
October 4-5 2012
in Warsaw Spread the word!

Karthik Sirasanagandla

Karthik Sirasanagandla is a software craftsman and an agile evangelist for whom observation, experimentation and (un)learning is continuous. In his current capacity he is a Senior Consultant and Rails developer at ThoughtWorks. He has extensive experience in web development in varied technologies and development practices - and that he considers his unique strength.

He enjoys hanging around in conferences, geek-weekends, meet-ups as guest/speaker/facilitator. He blogs not so frequently at kartzontech.blogspot.com and agile-highway.posterous.com. He e-socialzes with the agile/geek crowd with his twitter handle @kartzontech. He publishes his open code work via github with handle - @karthiks.

Lastly, don't forget to ask him about Agile practices you'd like him to talk about, he'll share his experience and opinion distinctively and openly.

Session: How I hated stand-up and ended-up enjoying it.

Stand-up. One of the daily practices that Agilists follow. Reality bites. I have had the luxury to both experience and observe that it tends to mean different thing to different people at different times within the life-time of the project - be it the teams are new or seasoned in Agile practices.

In this talk I share those things that drain the purpose and agenda of the stand-up. It is very important for teams to understand the different things that one should be weary about. Having understood that, it then becomes equally important to find ways to make stand-up enjoyable and productive. The second part of my talk would focus on this area.

I have blogged about this topic in detail for reference at agile-highway.posterous.com. I intend to share the same in my talk and discuss and clarify stuff around the importance of stand-up as a practice. Be there to participate :)

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