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Abhijeet Kher, Mobile Practice Lead

Abhijeet Kher, Mobile Practice Lead
When Abhijeet is not rallying his Agile-minded peers to “crush” stories, he is tinkering with automation projects or exploring the countryside on his motorcycle. Wood-working is also an up-and-coming hobby lately. Over the last seven years, he has worn multiple hats at ISE, from Developer, Scrum Master, Product Owner, to Practice Lead. He has a bachelor's degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from University of Iowa. Go Hawks!

Recent Posts

Is There an App for That?

Oct 10, 2019 | by Abhijeet Kher, Mobile Practice Lead | Tags: Mobile App Development

You've just had an idea. You want to create the next FlappyBird. This one will be bigger, better, and filled with micro-transactions! 

Or, you want to solve a problem using the ever evolving smartphone and make the world a better place.

Sounds great! Let's explore some potential reasons for building the app and what doing so may involve - assuming someone hasn't already created your app idea.

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Agile Beyond Boundaries (Part 2): Tips!

May 04, 2017 | by Abhijeet Kher, Mobile Practice Lead | Tags: Agile

In Agile beyond boundaries, we discussed using agile in our interactions with stakeholders to enable stronger positive relationships with the client teams, with the focus of delivering increased value. Keeping in mind that agile manifesto values good collaboration with customers over contract negotiations, below are some of my takeaways expanding on the topic with common scenarios/statements and respective tips.

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Agile Beyond Boundaries

Jan 19, 2017 | by Abhijeet Kher, Mobile Practice Lead | Tags: Agile

Do the logistics of how a team works and interacts with external stakeholders, really matter? Of course! So how do you decide on the correct approach? With stereotypes in mind, it is easy to draw hard lines between the external customers and the internal team. The dev teams need their secluded space to work. Other non-engineers can handle the communications. The engineers should not be bothered by anyone. They need to focus on churning out code and testing it to get a feature out as fast as possible.

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Creating the Perfect Team: A Checklist

Jul 05, 2016 | by Abhijeet Kher, Mobile Practice Lead | Tags: Agile


A Well Formed Team (WFT), per 3Back's white-paper and in accordance with Scrum guidelines, is a team which is self organized, self contained, and value-driven. Such a team uses appropriate standard of care while delivering an acceptable amount of work specified by stakeholders. The accountability in such a team is highest between its members, followed by accountability towards its stakeholders. Use the following checklist to determine what you'll need to create a WFT:

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