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In the most recent Stack Overflow developer survey, poor documentation is cited as the #2 challenge at work for developers. So how does this impact your Agile project? Imagine having your key contributors spending hours or even days each time new developers join your team to bring them up to speed on how to checkout, work with, build and test your project. Or imagine having these key contributors spending valuable time during every sprint answering the same questions about your project over and over again because there is no documentation. This happens today countless times because most development teams do not effectively document their development projects.

So, what constitutes effective development project documentation? The goals are: (1) on-board new team members quickly and as painlessly as possible with minimal assistance from current team members and (2) provide a central repository for answering questions about working with your development project. Come to this session and learn how to effectively document your development project to meet these goals.

BIO on Speaker:

Keith Wedinger is a Principal Consultant with Improving. He has over 27 years experience architecting, designing, developing and delivering high quality software solutions for several companies including Abercrombie & Fitch, Diebold, IBM, Lexmark, Limited Brands, Ohio State, and Sterling Commerce.  He is very passionate about architecting and developing software solutions that deliver exceptional ROI to his clients. He has presented at CodeMash, Code PaLOUsa, Columbus Code Camp, DogFoodCon, M3, Path to Agility, StirTrek, and That Conference. When not at work, he enjoys dining and traveling with his beautiful wife Karen, craft beer and spending time when he can with his twin daughters who are currently away at work and college.

Stay Agile!

Presented by:Jim Sammons, Dan Greenleaf and Elizabeth Tolia Agile Lunchbox board.

Time: 

11:30am-11:45am- Food and networking

11:45am -12:45pm- Presentation and activities

12:45pm-1:00pm- Q&A for those who wish to stay