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Vinay Krishna

  

Agile Transformation Consultant / Agile Technical Coach, Xebia

Location: Bangalore, India


Certifications

Certified Scrum Professional
Certified ScrumMaster

Credentials


Groups I belong to

Agile Bangalore

Biography

Vinay Krishna is having 14 years of experience in software development and Management. Flourished in a fast-paced environment requiring excellent problem solving skills, multiple project completion under short deadlines and the ability to communicate with clients and end users. He helps team to adopt agile-scrum-lean in his organization. 
He is doing research in the field of Software architecture. So far his 12 papers have been published in various international journals and conference proceedings. His two papers are translated in Chinese language by scrum network at China. Vinay is managing Agile Bangalore user group and elected as Secretary of Computer Society of India (CSI), Bangalore Chapter for 2014-2016. He has been part of organizing team of several international conferences. He is Volunteer speaker at CSI and gives tech talk/guest lectures in Agile, XP, Scrum, Lean, OOAD and Software Architecture at prestigious engineering colleges/universities and different organizations.

Articles I've written

Daily Scrum: Merely a status report?
Daily Scrum: Merely a status report? By: Vinay Krishna, CSM Introduction One of the important, key Scrum practices is the Daily Scrum. It happens daily during each Sprint and the entire team participates. During this Daily Scrum everyone answe...

My Experiments with TDD
I started my IT journey as a coder, although I was called a developer. I worked on small and medium-sized software projects and products, and for the first few years I put most of my effort into writing code and implementing required functionality. I tried my best, of course, but usually...

Test-Driven Development Surveillance
In this post, I'm sharing my encounters with different teams and their understanding of TDD. It's surprising to find that lots of wrong interpretations are still fairly common in the industry.

 

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