Engineering Best Practices – What every project manager (and team member) needs to know!

About the Presenter

Richard Cheng

Richard Cheng

Richard Cheng, Principal Consultant at Excella Consulting, provides consulting services to commercial and federal clients in the Washington, DC area. Richard coaches, mentors, and trains clients on understanding and implementing Agile and Scrum. He also leads Excella’s Agile Center of Excellence.

A graduate of Virginia Tech, Richard has authored several publications on project management, presented at Agile and PMI sponsored industry events, is a member of Mensa, and holds certifications including Certified Scrum Training (CST), Certified Scrum Master (CSM), Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO), Certified Scrum Professional (CSP), PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP) and Project Management Professional (PMP). Richard is a founder and on the executive committee of the Agile Defense Adoption Proponents Team (ADAPT).

Engineering Best Practices – What every project manager (and team member) needs to know!

Many software teams fail to figure out or implement technical practices that are necessary for long term success. Practices like automated builds, automated tests, automated deployments, continuous integration, and continuous delivery are now considered essential for the success of any software development project. Without these practices, the quality of software goes downhill and teams can no longer sustain their initial high levels of productivity. Join us for a look at the current state of software development and a tour of software engineering best practices. Learn what these practices are. Understand the impact these practices have. Learn how to make the case for adopting them. Learn how to incrementally introduce these practices and gradually improve your software development process.

Richard Cheng Presentation