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First Presentation of Mr Bourguignon at the University for Information Science and Technology, Ohrid May 4, 2011

Posted by etschneider in programming, Software Engineering, Students.
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Here we are: Mr Bourguignon (@timothep on twitter) was kind enough to give two presentations at the University for Information Science and Technology of Ohrid (Republic of Macedonia).

As I wrote in my previous post, the presentations were open to anyone, and more specifically to the university’s students.

The first presentation was about how agility and SCRUM are being used at Siemens Healthcare (where Mr Bourguignon is working) to help the team developing the system related to radio oncology.

Please note that the sound on the first video is not that great because I did not think to use another microphone than the camera’s one. The sound of the second video should be better, as I used a recording device “on” Mr Bourguignon Smile.

The second presentation will be posted later, after uploading.

Please don’t hesitate to comment and/or give feedback. Thank you.

Ah yes, before I forgot:

Disclaimer:

Any views or opinions expressed are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of Siemens nor the ones of the University for Information Science and Technology of Ohrid (Macedonia)

Timothée Bourguignon Presentation I – Part I Writing Code for a Living from Etienne Schneider on Vimeo.

Timothée Bourguignon Presentation I – Part II Writing Code for a Living from Etienne Schneider on Vimeo.

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