Theme & Tracks:
Scrum for All Sizes
Many Scrum teams use t-shirt sizes as a simple means of estimating product backlog items. Keeping with our emphasis on simplicity, our overall theme, and as a play on the t-shirt size estimation practice we have identified four tracks:
S - Scrum for all things small: Whether it's personal Scrum, Scrum in a single team, or applying Scrum to embedded systems or Internet of Things [IoT]
M - Scrum for workgroups: A handful of teams using Scrum delivering a single product of moderate complexity.
L - Scrum for the organization: Numerous teams using Scrum to deliver a single complex product with activities successfully coordinated by a Scrum of Scrums.
XL - Scrum for the enterprise: Applying Scrum across the enterprise across multiple organizations delivering a highly complex application or application portfolio where coordination beyond the Scrum of Scrums may be required.
Vernon Stinebaker（史文林，长居中国）has over twenty years experience in the Information Technology industry including 15 years executive experience leading award winning software engineering, IT, and operations organizations in China.
Vernon is a strong advocate of agile methodologies with 10 years experience leading agile teams in the delivery of complex business systems to the full satisfaction of clients. He is a recognized expert on the practical application of agile processes and engineering practices and is a frequent speaker at process and agile conferences in China.
Perficient's China Global Development Center, located in Hangzhou China, has been successfully delivering projects using Agile delivery since it was established in 2004. In addition to agile leadership the Perficient Hangzhou GDC is also SCAMPI Class A assessed at CMMI Level 5. The Hangzhou team includes 80+ Certified ScrumMasters, 20+ Certified Scrum Product Owners, and the first 40 Certified Scrum Developers in China. Perficient is the sponsor of the Hangzhou Scrum Forum, the Agile Awareness Lecture Series, and other regional Scrum related events each year.
Jing Wang (Philip) has over 18 years experience in the software development industry. He has led teams and participated in the analysis, design, development, implementation, enhancement and testing of applications in the areas of eCommerce, ERP, Fund Settlement Systems, and has extensive experience leading offshore projects including 4 years for products focused on the Japanese market and over 10 years on products developed for the North American market.
Since November 2006, Philip has held increasing responsible positions at Perficient (China) a US NASDAQ listed (PRFT) IT consulting company where he is currently a Director of Operations. During his time at Perficient Philip has been a strong proponent of Agile principles and practices. He has not only applied these principles and practices in the various projects he has led but also coaches non-Agile experienced project leads to develop their understanding and application of these techniques. An active member of the Agile community in China, Philip has been the organizer/co-organizer and presented topics for the Agile Tour Hangzhou Stop for the past several years. He has also been a volunteer at the first Global Scrum Gathering in Shanghai in 2010 and two subsequent Regional Scrum Gatherings. Besides providing daily coaching to multiple project teams, his current focus is DevOps and applying Scrum in large-scale organizations.
In addition to holding CSM, CSPO, CSD, and CSP Scrum Alliance certifications Philip is also a PMP and CMMI V1.3 ATM (Audit Team Member).