David Caicedo

  

Agile Coach & Trainer, Jaguar Ágil

Location: Quito, Pichincha/Ecuador


Certifications

Certified Scrum Developer
Certified Scrum Professional
Certified ScrumMaster
Certified Scrum Product Owner

Groups I belong to

Equinoxio Agile Group


Activity

David Caicedo rated the article, "Measuring Sprint Progress"

Biography

David Caicedo was born in Quito, Ecuador  at the end of the 80's. He's the founder of Jaguar Agile Software Development, company created  to promote "Agile" in Ecuador (http://www.jaguaragil.com).

He's a Systems engineer gratuated at National Polytechnic School in 2005. He's a passionate developer and software architect in Java Enterprise Platforms. Also he has worked as  project manager, and technical lead.

He has expertise developing financial software  for government and private organizations. He's founder of Equinoxio, an agile group in Quito to promote "agile".

He's Certified Scrum Professional, Certified Scrum Master, Certified Scrum Product Owner and Certified Scrum Developer. Those certifications are supporting his teams to reach the "Agile" way.

Has worked in the most important companies in Ecuador like Internal Service Revenue, Ales Industries, TATA Consultancy Services, Ayala Consulting, among others. He has worked  for almost three years as a SCRUM Master,  agile trainer and coach.

Jaguar's team is focused in research and development using best practices and agile.

Articles I've written

Risk Estimation During Agile Project Planning
Recently we performed a workshop to estimate the total number of sprints that a specific software implementation will take us. At the end of this session, I asked myself how we could estimate the risk percentage, to add it to the actual estimation. . . .

Promoviendo el Refactoring
La primera vez que tuve que confrontar con el "refactoring" en una aplicación, fue un shock de emociones y disgustos, pues de hecho había que mejorar el código de alguien lo escribió de muy mala gana y encima tenía muchas funcionalidades que modificar y agregar. . . .