Aino Vonge Corry is a teacher, a technical conference editor and retrospectives facilitator. She holds a masters degree in CS about design patterns and programming languages in 1998 from the University of Aarhus, Denmark and a ph.d. in computer science in 2001 from the same place. The thesis was about software patterns in general and their role in software development in particular.
She has 12 years of experience with Patterns in Software Development, and teaches OO design, software architecture and development in academia and industry. She also teaches how to teach Computer Science to teachers, and thus lives up to the name of her company; Metadeveloper.
For the past 10 years she has been toggling between Trifork and the University of Aarhus. Eventually she became independent and she is working for both of them. Aino is member of GOTO Aarhus Program Advisory Board.
Lessons Learned in Agile Transformations
Obstacles and Pleasures of Becoming an Agile Organization
How do Danish companies do Agile transformations? Why should people in Serbia care what takes place in another country? This presentation will show examples of the challenges some companies face and how they overcome them, as well as cases where they did not.
It can be argued that a complete Agile transformation is utopia, but some companies have come a long way in thinking, acting, and making decisions in a more agile way. And guess what, they succeed with it!
If you are going through an Agile transformation, or considering to do so, this talk is for you.
Aino will introduce you with this topic at the EPIC stage. Join us and enjoy in this Agile story!