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Tuesday, May 22 • 17:30 - 18:00
Technical and Organizational Agile Practices: A Latin-American Survey

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Background: Agile Software Development is widely used nowadays and to measure its real usage we need to analyze how its practices are used. These practices have been categorized by several authors and some practitioners have suggested that technical practices have a lower usage level than organizational practices. Objective: In this study we aim to understand the actual usage of tech- nical and organizational agile practices in the Latin-American Agile community. Method: We conducted a three-stage survey in conferences of the Latin-Ameri- can Agile Community. Results: Organizational practices are much more used than technical ones. The number of practices used is a direct function of organi- zation experience using agile. The difference between technical and organiza- tional practices reduces with the experience of the organization using agile. Team size and project duration seem to have no effect in number of practices used.

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avatar for Diego Fontdevila

Diego Fontdevila

Director, Grupo Esfera
Tiene más de 20 años de experiencia en desarrollo de software. Ha trabajado en la industria financiera y de servicios, como desarrollador y arquitecto, principalmente en proyectos de aplicaciones internet y arquitecturas orientadas a servicios. En 2005 fundó Grupo Esfera, dedicada... Read More →
avatar for Nicolas Paez

Nicolas Paez

Profesor, UBA & UNTREF
I am a software engineer with several years of experience in software development. I love teaching, I teach software engineering at the university. I work as an independent software engineer helping teams to adopt technical practices.I do believe that the main complexity in creating... Read More →


Tuesday May 22, 2018 17:30 - 18:00 WEST
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