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Anthony Bopp, Senior Validation Engineer

Anthony Bopp, Senior Validation Engineer
Anthony Bopp is a certified scaled scrum leader and Agile coach, as well as Senior Validation Engineer. In his 15 years at ISE he has worked on a wide range of projects from educational software to embedded systems to client-server enterprise applications. He enjoys planning flexible and comprehensive test approaches to complex software, and helping scrum teams on scaled projects integrate more smoothly together. He’s a photographer in his spare time, and has been known to appear in a stage play or two.

Recent Posts

The Hardest Part

Feb 27, 2020 | by Anthony Bopp, Senior Validation Engineer | Tags: Agile

Technical debt is hard.

It’s hard admitting that technical debt even exists. Admitting it exists means that you’re admitting to maintaining code you’re not proud of. It may not be code you’ve written, but on the other hand it may very well be. Part of growing is learning, part of learning is to recognize that what you’ve done before could have been done better.

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Distributed Teams: Breaking Agile or Embracing Agile?

Jan 23, 2020 | by Anthony Bopp, Senior Validation Engineer | Tags: Agile

In the Age of the Internet, what is the value of distributed teams?

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Underestimate the Working Agreement at Your Peril

Nov 21, 2019 | by Anthony Bopp, Senior Validation Engineer | Tags: Agile

The working agreement is perhaps the most important output of a self-organizing team. It defines how we operate as a well-functioning unit, and gives us permission to hold ourselves accountable to the pursuit of excellence.

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Turning Stress Into an Advantage

Oct 31, 2019 | by Anthony Bopp, Senior Validation Engineer | Tags: Agile

As Scrum Masters and Agile Coaches, we are constantly on the lookout for signs of stress on our teams. It’s common to think of “stress” in negative terms, but in fact it’s not always a bad thing. Stress actually comes in two flavors, and one of them is essential to growth, happiness, and emotional well-being.

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