We are excited for a virtual meetup with the Scrum community!
During this discussion, Information Radiators in Agile and Feedback Loops, we will hear from Linda Fung and Anil Jaising on making work visible in your software product development initiatives.
What does it take to design an Information Radiator? With a plethora of tools like Jira, Github, Jenkins, AWS and more, what data should be part of a modern Information Radiator or used for telemetry? Let’s explore why making work visible is key to building a culture of transparency and how technologies like React, Nifi, Spring Boot and more can be used to build a telemetry dashboard.
No meetup is complete without some time for Q&A and networking, even if done from the comfort of your home. So, please join us virtually to learn more about Information Radiators in Agile and Feedback Loops.
June 18, 2020 | 6:00-8:00pm EST
This event is organized by the NYC Scrum User Group. The group meets monthly to talk about Scrum, to share experiences, to network, and to provide support for local Scrum practitioners.
Linda Fung – Certified Trainer for Training From The Back Of The Room, ACSM, CSPO. An accomplished IT Professional with an open mindset to embrace and adapt to changes. Agilst, Trainer and Scrummaster at Equitable, highly collaborative with the ability to learn fast and solve problems independently. An aspiring trainer who is passionate about teaching and making learning fun and engaging!
Anil Jaising – Anil is a passionate Certified Scrum Trainer CST® whose focus is to design and deliver an immersive experience in both in-person and virtual training. Anil is a certified Training from the BACK of the Room trainer and is part of the design team that developed the virtual edition of TBR. His training focuses on learners being able to discover and learn by doing instead of boring lectures or use of slides.