Mob Programming at Alaska Airlines with Agile Amped at AATC2016

Kevin Donohue (Sr. Developer) and Gabriel Ortiz (Sr. Developer) from Alaska Airlines sit down with Agile Amped to talk about the joys of mob programming. Gabriel’s team paved the way for the adoption of mob programming (also called “swarming”) at Alaska Airlines after attending the On Agile virtual conference last year. One year into its implementation and the Alaska teams are still using mob programming. Benefits of mob programming include better product quality and quicker cross-pollination and knowledge sharing. In addition, “mobbing” enabled people not always invited in development, such QA, to participate in the process, learn, and also provide input.

SolutionsIQ’s Leslie Morse hosts.

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