DevJam Coaching
One part teaching and four parts doing, DevJam coaches draw on ten plus years of experience coaching small and large companies around the world.
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ClojureBridge Workshop for Women

May 16 @ 6:30 pm - May 17 @ 5:30 pm DevJam is pleased to sponsor and host an upcoming ClojureBridge Workshop on May 16...
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Watch David Hussman Speech From Agile Singapore

David Hussman’s speech from the Agile Singapore conference held in November of 2013 is now online. The upcoming...
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MinneBar Opening Talk by David Hussman

We were fortunate to be part of the excellent MinneBar unconference on April 12th, held at Best Buy. Walking the...
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How Often are You Wrong?

While we have made great strides in challenging late integration, lack of collaboration and the obvious need for...
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Dude Talks About Parallels between Testing and Music

This video seems to have drawn a crowd so we decided to post it:
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Agile Prague 2013

David Hussman presented “Renaissance, Reformation, and NanBan.” Take a look at the video:
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ClojureBridge Workshop for Women

May 16 @ 6:30 pm - May 17 @ 5:30 pm DevJam is pleased to sponsor and host an upcoming ClojureBridge Workshop on May 16 and 17! ClojureBridge workshops are a free and fun way to get started or to level up with Clojure. This event focuses on increasing diversity in tech, so people...
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David Hussman at Agile Day Orlando 2014

David will be giving his talks, “Lessons in Gravity: Helping Good Ideas Reach Escape Velocity” and “How Often Are You Wrong? Challenging Product Arrogance with Customer Journeys and Story Maps” at this year’s Agile Conference in Orlando, Florida.
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Dart @ DevJam

Topic:  Dart 1.0 Description: April 2nd, the DevJam Jam Session will merge with the Google Developers Group to introduce our community to Dart. Dion Stewart will be getting the conversation started, followed by a presentation by Ben Overmyer. We’ll finish our night in true...
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Funding Issues and Other Hidden Pressures

Do you know what happens before most planning begins? Who determines how much and when, and how are these decisions made? This Practical Agility session, we will dig into funding and other upstream or hidden pressures that often drive the most challenges pressures which lead to...
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Code Freeze 2013

DevJam sponsored Code Freeze 2013, the 8th annual offering of the event.
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It is very rare it is that a single individual is able to have such a significant impact within a large corporate structure such as Siemens Health Services. Particularly, an outsider who at the time was relatively unknown to us. We are a very large scale healthcare information systems vendor and at the time we were still in the early days of our Agile adoption moving from a highly structured mature RUP methodology and struggling to adopt an agile approach. By embedding himself within our teams and using real scenarios and teaching us key practices, David taught us what agile cross functional teams using an incremental evolutionary approach based on User Stories can really accomplish. David was not the first “Agile” consultant to work at Siemens, however his coaching style and his ability to connect with our teams and all roles differentiates him from all others. As I look back to a six month period early in our adoption, it is clear that David’s ability as a mentor and coach was key in transforming our adoption and laid the foundation of our Agile practices ever since. —Bennet Vallet, Director Product Development, Siemens Health Services

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Agile Practices Within a Large Corporate Structure

As expected, I have had a number of team members reach out to express their excitement around the Agile training they received.

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Agile Training, Jodie - SVP Operational Excellence & Quality - a financial services company

“Being a DevJammer is an awesome experience. DevJam is an organization of talented people that are all passionate about helping others to build great products. The staff works tirelessly to make thoughtful connections between contractors and clients and takes the needs of its people just as seriously as the needs of its clients. The best part is helping local companies to build software in an easier and more efficient manner. I truly appreciate having had the opportunity to be a part of the DevJam team.”  –Anne

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