Mob Programming – a discussion
At this years Software 2021 conference we had two interesting an thought provoking presentations on Mob Programming. These presentations sparked a lot of discussion, which we would like to continue.
arrangeres av Shiraz A. Bhaiji og resten av fagfolkene fra faggruppen Løsnings- og integrasjonsarkitektur
All participants will receive links to the recordings of the presentations from the Software. The event will be a discussion / Question and answer session on the topic.
Mob Programming and the Power of Flow
Mob Programming grew from the quest of one team to learn how to work well together. Working this way provided better results in a variety of ways: – We were getting more, and more important things done – The quality of our work was increasing dramatically – Our knowledge, skills, and capabilities were improving rapidly – And all while we were having a lot of fun! While we noticed these benefits and more, we didn’t have an understanding of why this was working so wonderfully for us until we started exploring the meaning and power of «flow». In this presentation we’ll share the results of that exploration, and see if we can get a better understanding of Mob Programming and the power of flow.
“This looks expensive!” – How a consultancy firm introduced mob programming
Martin Valen og Maja Selmer Megård, Kantega
During the last one and a half years, several teams in the consultancy agency Kantega have, to some extent, used mob programming as a technique. The different teams have had quite different experiences, both positive and negative. We have collected the experiences and will give an introduction to how the different teams work, what they loved about it, and what they didn’t like. For some teams, home officing was a helping hand for mobbing as a technique, while for others, the regular office was sorely missed.