A new perspective for agile teams: recognize yourself with process mining

People & Culture

Agile teams want to develop themselves and their processes in an organized manner.

Process mining is a relatively new discipline that has evolved from the need to connect the worlds of data mining and business process management.

This allows a new perspective to be explored and one's working world to be recognized anew. This technique is particularly well suited for software development since we generate masses of metadata on our processes every day.

The talk discusses metrics and appropriate visualizations to answer questions of agile development teams. The metrics give team members better access to the metadata of their work reality. This should enable the team to better understand their work and to adapt their processes sensibly based on the information obtained.

Richard Fichtner

XDEV Software GmbH

Richard Fichtner is a passionate Java developer with more than 15 years of experience in the software industry. He is involved in the open-source community to spread knowledge about Java technologies. He speaks at conferences and contributes to various open-source projects such as Richard is a leader of the Java User Group Oberpfalz, recognized as Oracle ACE and holds a Master of Science degree in applied computer science. He is passionate about enabling developer productivity and supports teams in the use of cloud solutions. His interests are Java, clean code, cloud, new technologies and everything agile.