Several sessions were filmed and we have photos.
You can see all the available medias for this edition

MiXiT soul

Even if it's difficult, each year we try to catch the soul of our event with photos or videos

► See photo album "MiXiT 2018 - Day 1 - April 19th"
► See photo album "MiXiT 2018 - Day 2 - April 20th"
► See photo album "MiXiT 2018 MIXTeeN"
► See photo album "MiXiT 2018 - Hackathon"
► See photo album "MiXiT 2018 - Party"
► See photo album "MiXiT 2018 - Speakers dinner"
► See photo album "MiXiT 2018 - Miam"

 

Talk videos

  • Team Team
    Thursday April 19th 15:10 - 16:00

    Cessons les estimations !

    Hamilton Amphitheatre

    Alors que les estimations sont à la base des méthodes classiques et que dans le domaine Agile, SCRUM notamment lui accorde une grande importance, nous allons l’espace d’une conférence remettre en cause celles-ci.

    Après un bref rappel de différentes méthodes permettant de réaliser des estimations et croyances qui y sont attachées, nous prendrons le temps de réfléchir sur les effets néfastes de ces dernières. Enfin, nous verrons comment dans la réalité des projets, il est possible de s’en extraire.

  • Team Team
    Friday April 20th 16:20 - 17:10

    Penser autrement l'expression du besoin agile

    Nonaka room (S120)

    Si vous avez déjà travaillé sur un projet agile, vous avez sans doute rencontré la User Story. Vous avez même peut-être utilisé des "persona", ces fiches de personnage qui représentent un de vos utilisateurs type. Ces formats ont marqué une vraie étape dans l'évolution de la spécification agile et sont le support actuellement le plus largement utilisé pour la formalisation du besoin en mode agile.

    Mais est-ce suffisant ? Est-ce que cela permet de capter l'essence du besoin ? Pas forcément ! La Job Story est une approche complémentaire, qui peut venir enrichir votre compréhension des attentes de vos clients, et vous aider à développer un super produit !

  • Team Team
    Friday April 20th 13:50 - 14:10

    eXtreme volunteering: Applying XP practices in volunteering team EN

    Unknown room

    In 2017 I was given an opportunity to lead at region level team of 18 volunteers of the established country level volunteering project in Poland. The goal of the project is to help families in need rebuild their self esteem and motivation to work for better future by giving one time gift supporting their actual needs. The role of a region is to build a team, find families in need, asses their needs and keep in touch with donors.

    As a software engineer and a team lead I drew heavily from my day-to-day work practices. I found it fascinating how agile practices had to be adapted to a new situation. Some of them didn’t catch up at all. Others were already part of standard training and requirements from the parent organisation. Some appeared to be novelty that our team quickly adopted. Constant comparison of my work day with volunteering work gave me different perspective on how I work day-to-day. And that’s what I would like to share with you.

    In this talk you will learn how corporate can get a volunteering project and what process it follows. I will compare and contrast it with extreme programming practices. I have some stories to share that I hope will be useful not only to those who treat their team like volunteers.