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Wednesday, June 24, 2015 - 3:00pm - 4:00pm

Agile Metrics and the Software Delivery Pipeline Prior Year Content

Today’s build pipelines and agile tracking systems are very advanced and generate lots of data. Christopher Davis has found that many teams face challenges when interpreting that data to show meaningful agile metrics across the entire organization. As a result, measuring agile development ends up being a fuzzy art—when it doesn’t have to be. Using common open source tools, you can automate the collection and aggregation of data from your build pipeline to show the right level metrics to the right people in your organization, track what means the most to your team, and create actionable metrics you can use to improve your team and process.  Join Christopher to learn about open source tools you can use to collect data and create metrics, several key metrics you can use today to help make your team better, and how to implement these tools to automatically collect and distribute them in your build pipeline.

Christopher Davis
Christopher Davis, Nike, Inc.

At Nike Christopher Davis directs the teams that are enabling continuous delivery through automated tools and processes. After more than fifteen years of experience leading and working on software engineering teams in the finance, travel, and healthcare industries, Christopher led the team that delivered the platform behind Nike+, the Nike+ FuelBand, and Nike+ Running. He is the author of Continuous Improvement: Measuring & Enhancing the Performance of Agile.

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