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Examples are powerful. We all use examples every day to help others understand what we mean. Our most valuable team members are able to express complex technical concepts to business people and also translate business ideas into comprehensive technical solutions. Those people tend to naturally use real–world examples in their language as an aid to understanding.
This highly participatory workshop explores the use of examples to:
Achieve continuous collaboration and shared understanding using techniques appropriate for different audiences
Leverage examples to inform the design and align the impact of changes between business rules, documentation, tests and code
Maximise the usefulness of ‘ubiquitous examples’ as part of a structured living documentation system
Accelerate iterative & incremental development with strong links to TDD and unit tests, whilst avoiding typical automation pitfalls and overheads.
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The Power of Examples - Part Two
Jenny Martin coaches in Agile delivery, quality improvement and innovation gaming. She has a deep appreciation for business goal segmentation and the visualization of what she labels ‘horizons of value’ within business strategy.
Pete is CTO at Railsbank - enabling fintech companies to access global banking with 5 lines of code, and driving the costs out of finance infrastructure so finance can be more inclusive and less abusive.