Heimlich maneuvering at Turku Agile Day
Eficode's very own software production development pioneers, Marko Klemetti and Jaakko Aro, will do some serious Heimlich maneuvering on the audience of Turku Agile Day. The conference held in the middle of May boasts altogether 19 top agile minds who'll give speeches stemming from the very essence of agile software development.
Klemetti and Aro's presentation goes under the vigorous name of Heimlich Maneuver:
"Increasing productivity faces significant challenges when you have almost 50 Scrum teams, and over 200,000 lines of code changed during each sprint. Without a fast, reliable and automatic feedback mechanism, every misunderstood requirement, every hasty change in the code and every bug introduced will result in massive costs.
This is a true story of a Heimlich maneuver performed on software architecture and development of a product the size of eight Linux kernels. We promise you that after listening to our story you won't think 'We can't do it because we're so special'."