Prakash Mallappa Pujar

  

Scrum Master

Location: Bangalore, India


Certifications

Certified ScrumMaster

Activity

Prakash Mallappa Pujar attended legacy event, "Regional Scrum Gathering® India 2014"

Prakash Mallappa Pujar attended legacy event, "Regional Scrum Gathering® India 2014"

Prakash Mallappa Pujar attended legacy event, "Agile India 2014"

Prakash Mallappa Pujar un-attended legacy event, "Agile India 2014"

Prakash Mallappa Pujar attended legacy event, "Agile India 2014"

Biography

Prakash is a CSM, Lean Six Sigma Professional.

Holding a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering from MIT, Manipal, he is working as Scrum Master/ Agile Coach in an MNC in Bangalore, India. He has over 11 years of professional experience with more than four years of practical experience in agile practices.

He is Scrum Master and practicing SAFe for the product development. He has over seven years’ of experience in SW Development prior he could step into agility. He is guiding and mentoring Scrum teams to practice SAFe to build the products as per business requirements. Prakash has hands on experience on Scrum, Lean, SAFe and Agile practices and he can bring value to the team by practicing them.

Articles I've written

Agile Performance Testing: An Experimental Approach
Introduction The performance of a product plays an important role in the quality of the product, including software applications. Quality brings excellence and popularity to the product, followed by more business for the organization. A user can...

Finish to Start
Sometimes Scrum teams start working on new user stories without officially closing an existing/previous user story that is still in progress. This can leave multiple stories open, and at the end of the sprint the team rushes to close all of them. . . .

Lean Agile Process
The core idea of lean is to eliminate/reduce non-value-added activities (termed "wastes") and thus increase customer value. The Agile process itself is a lean method for the software development life cycle, and I am sharing a couple of Agile best practices adopted by many teams to make the Agile process extra lean.

Acceptance Criteria-Driven Development
Acceptance criteria-driven development (ACDD) is an Agile approach practiced by integrating test-driven development with acceptance criteria. . . .