XP 2019

May 21 | École de Technologie Supérieure | Montréal, CA
About XP 2019

XP is the premier Agile software development conference combining research and practice. It is a unique forum where Agile researchers, practitioners, thought leaders, coaches, and trainers get together to present and discuss their most recent innovations, research results, experiences, concerns, challenges, and trends. Whether you are new to Agile or a seasoned Agile practitioner, XP 2019 will provide an informal environment to learn and trigger discussions.

Conference Location

1100, rue Notre-Dame Ouest, Floor 4

Montréal, Québec, Canada

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The Agile Way to Architect Web Apps
By Doguhan Uluca
The Agile Way to Architect Web Apps
By Doguhan Uluca
Presentation time
May 24th
3:30p.m.
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Scrum has really harmed software development. Teams rush to implement features in their first sprint without first building a roadmap, then a few months later the team realize they've been going down the wrong path resulting in rework, frustration and loss of trust.
The router-first approach to SPA architecture enables developers to start small, with a decoupled and lazy-loaded architecture, giving them the option to stay small or scale while achieving sub-second first meaningful paints.

Router-first architecture is designed to force teams to ask the hard questions early, build a roadmap and then iterate over a solution.
Router-first
• Enforces high-level thinking,
• Ensures consensus on features, before coding starts,
• Plans on code and team to grow,
• Keeps engineering overhead low.
I'll share real-world statistics about how this methodology helped my team.
These concepts are demonstrated through my Lemon Mart app on GitHub and in my book: Angular 6 for Enterprise-Ready Web Applications, May 2018, Packt Publishing.

The Agile Way to Architect Web Apps
By Doguhan Uluca

Scrum has really harmed software development. Teams rush to implement features in their first sprint without first building a roadmap, then a few months later the team realize they've been going down the wrong path resulting in rework, frustration and loss of trust.
The router-first approach to SPA architecture enables developers to start small, with a decoupled and lazy-loaded architecture, giving them the option to stay small or scale while achieving sub-second first meaningful paints.

Router-first architecture is designed to force teams to ask the hard questions early, build a roadmap and then iterate over a solution.
Router-first
• Enforces high-level thinking,
• Ensures consensus on features, before coding starts,
• Plans on code and team to grow,
• Keeps engineering overhead low.
I'll share real-world statistics about how this methodology helped my team.
These concepts are demonstrated through my Lemon Mart app on GitHub and in my book: Angular 6 for Enterprise-Ready Web Applications, May 2018, Packt Publishing.