2018 - ISB: 4th Quarterly Session


Speakers

Naeem Iqbal

Naeem Iqbal

Project Manager - Safe City Islamabad Project - NADRA

19 years of experience in IT/ Technology Management/Contract & Project Management, Planning, Implementation and Roll-out etc. Have managed 10-200 members cross cultural teams. Presenting more than 1100 hours of speaking and training experience. Have approx 3 Billion USD projects on my portfolio. Flexible and adaptable in a continually changing environment. I am well-versed because of my prior enga

Saud Khan

Saud Khan

Assist Professor at Riphah International University

I am Assistant Professor of Software Engineering in the Faculty of Computing at Riphah International University. Before joining academia, I was CEO of Pakistan Information Networks (PIN), a full-service software development and consulting firm. I have over 15 years of experience in leading teams, establishing and promoting the best practices in software development environments. I have managed num

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Overview

Event Date Dec 15, 2018
Event Timing 11:00 AM to 02:30 PM
Event Venue Islamabad (View Map)
Event Type Open For All

Software Engineering Demystified: A "Mindset" and a "Thinking Framework"

Talk 1: Agile Mindset

By Naeem Iqbal (Advisory Board Member of AgilePK, Former-President of PMI Islamabad Chapter)

Perception and mindset are critical for any change. With all the standards and technologies, we still need human resources to perform certain tasks and humans tend to perform better what they believe in. This talk will help understanding how to change mindset to be agile practitioner.



Talk 2: Essence of Software Engineering

By Saud Khan (Advisory Board Member of AgilePK, Developer, Teacher, Researcher)

Essence of Software Engineering By Saud Khan (Developer, Teacher, Researcher) Despite continuous rise in popularity of agile approaches, tools and techniques, software development teams continue to face fundamental engineering challenges. This talk will introduce a new thinking framework that promises to not only address many of these engineering challenges but will also enable project teams to continually assess the progress and health of their software development efforts.