You have an idea for a product. You have to figure out how to deliver software that will delight your customers. You want to ship something of value now!
You are a business person with an idea for a product, or a product manager trying to meet your customers’ increasing demands for new features now, or a programmer struggling with unrealistic deadlines. If you want to deliver more value with less software, then you need this course.
What you will learn
Which major areas of the system are essential to delivering a complete, coherent product? Slice your product to essential feature areas.
Which specific features are most likely to get people to buy and use your product? Slice your feature areas to concrete features.
How can you describe each feature in a way that best helps programmers understand what to build? Slice your stories to executable examples.
How will you support the people around you in doing these things? With simple techniques like Lost Luggage, Magic Wand, and Try To Stop Me.
J. B. Rainsberger has built software, advised companies, turbo-charged careers, and delighted audiences since 1998. When people ask J. B. whether he fixed computers, he answers, "No; I fix programmers." His work began as a programmer, software designer and architect, and has since extended far beyond code to include the social, psychological and fiscal aspects of the software industry. He loves Extreme Programming, but doesn't care where great ideas comes from. He retired in 2008 and began traveling the world helping companies for profit and helping people improve their own lives at work in his abundant spare time. If you'd like to inspire your audience of software professionals, then J. B. can help you achieve exactly that.
Lunch, coffee, tea is included in the price.
Due to fact that this course is published in short notice we are able to offer it at nice price.
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to get more information or if you would like to pay the course through an invoice.