Training the Team

Track: Agile
Skill Level: Intermediate
Room: Room A406-407
Time Slot: Wed 2/17, 1:00 PM
Tags: training

You’ve selected a new technology and identified just the right set of workflows. What’s next? How do you make sure your team is really comfortable with the technology, understands the importance of your workflows and has the skills to get themselves out of trouble? In this session we’ll look at a range of strategies for knowledge sharing, support and practice to ensure your team builds and practices the skills required to succeed.

Peter Bell

Peter is the founder and CEO of Scalable, personal training for enterprise software development teams. He is an experienced entrepreneur, technologist, agile coach and CTO specializing in EdTech projects. He wrote “Introducing GitHub” for O’Reilly, created the “Mastering GitHub” course for code school and “Git and GitHub LiveLessons” for Pearson.

He has presented regularly at national and international conferences on ruby, nodejs, NoSQL (especially MongoDB and neo4j), cloud computing, software craftsmanship, java, groovy, javascript, and requirements and estimating. He has been on the program committee for QCon in New York, Code Generation in Cambridge, England and the Domain Specific Modeling workshop at SPLASH (was ooPSLA) and reviewed and shepherded proposals for the BCS SPA conference.