Waterfall vs. agile
First Person Name Satyapal Chhabra – Founder and Managing Principal at Ideliver – Waterfall
Satyapal is a household name and thought leader in the world of application delivery and testing. He has been advising companies on how to optimize their application lifecycle management process for nearly 2 decades. Satyapal is currently the Founder and Managing Principal of Ideliver, an award-winning Software Performance and Quality Assurance delivery company.
Second Person Name Mark Yarbro – Performance Test Manager at Bank of America – Waterfall
With over twenty years of hands-on, roll-up-your-sleeves experience in a wide variety of environments, both as a leader and as an individual contributor, Mark Yarbro is a Dallas application testing guru. At Bank of America, Mark is known for implementing best in class practices among his 32 performance testing engineers as they support multiple lines of business.
Third Person Name Jay Packlick – Principal, Enterprise Agile Coach at Sabre Corporation – Agile
Jay Packlick is an Enterprise Agile coach working with Sabre. He spent over twenty years of his career getting software done in a variety of roles. He’s dedicated the last fourteen years to learning and helping others implement better ways of achieving the outcomes that matter to them.
Fourth person name Shouvik Bhattacharyya – Serial Entrepreneur and Partner at B12 Consulting – Agile
Shouvik has been investing in Agile-centric practices and companies for the last eight years. These teams have been successful in enabling agile transformation in several large global enterprises, in Banking and Financial Services, Retail, Telecom, Airlines, etc. Shouvik has been CEO of public and private companies in the US, Europe, and Asia.
Names (left to right)
Left side-Waterfall folks:
First Person –Satyapal Chhabra
Second Person- Mark Yarbro
Middle guy(lakshmi)- moderator
Right side-agile folks:
Third Person –Jay Pack lick
Fourth person- Shouvik Bhattacharyya
First Person (Satyapal Chhabra)- That has worked which is a worenforen, we go back to basic, so agile is an adoption through new techniques of econorkia, the gap we are talking about is more of adoption from previous players, so there is something called product coring, product coring means eparchy, so eparchy doesn’t work, because I could be doing right thing in wrong direction all the life
Third person (Jay Packlick) -I am sorry
First Person (Satyapal Chhabra)-or you know it’s a classical discrepancy right, you did it right but wrong completely in wrong direction, you jock the wrong forest something like that
Middle guy moderator-great points on both the sides we realized for quite some time , moving on to the third way, this time I am going to flip the switch to the agile folks , what’s more important in your philosophy, is it the scope or the value
Third guy (Jay Packlick)- so scope or value, so first of all if you are describing them separately you have describing problem
Middle guy moderator– it’s described separately for the sake of the argument.
Third guy (Jay Packlick)-yeah it’s a false tied economy right? I mean ultimately I,