User Story Mapping Workshop On Speed

This user story mapping workshop has been adapted from the September Tampa Bay ScrumMaster Guild meetup.  This is a hands on workshop where we will break into teams and guide everyone along each step of the process. We will discuss different methods but then show you one. You will create a story mapping on the walls and layout your user stories with priorities and business values to then determine your first Release. Get here on time as we will be moving quickly to squeeze it all in, in the allocated time.

Speaker Bio: Fred Mastropasqua

A Certified Scrum Professional, CSP, PMI-ACP, CSM, CSPO, MCSE, MCDBA, A+, CCA, with over 19 years of experience with Windows Networking and Software Development. Fred Mastropasqua has held roles such as Agile Coach/Trainer, Network Engineer, .NET Developer, IT Manager, Software Engineer, Senior IT Manager of Applications and Director of Application Development, making him a very well rounded IT individual with understanding across the board.

As a CSP (Certified Scrum Professional) from Scrum Alliance and a PMI-ACP (Agile Certified Practitioner), Fred consults and works with new and existing development teams on various projects in successfully implementing the Scrum Framework as the SDLC as well as Scrum Coaching for various clients and providing kick off services for new projects.

Speaker Bio: Sarah Urriste

A Certified Scrum Master, Sarah is working on earning her Certified Scrum Professional certification. She has over nine years of working with digital products as a Content Manager and Producer, a Project Manager, Product Manager, and most recently as a Scrum Master for 352 Inc. 

As a CSM Sarah works with multiple teams to deliver projects of varying sizes successfully using the Scrum Framework, fosters strong team ties, collaborates with clients to identify product features and functionality, and guides both the teams and clients through the Scrum process.

Food and beverage for this meetup are made possible from our generous sponsor, Kforce.  We take RSVPs very seriously!  RSVP counts are used to determine how much food and drink to supply at each meetup. The point is, if you RSVP to a meetup, please show up.  Also, it’s just not cool to cancel the same day.