All the good things come to an end, right? And this is true also for Agile@School 2017. However, no worries, although I’m becoming a dad, I’m pretty sure I’ll keep making the students more aware of the Agile principles and practices.
There are only good news, to be honest. The first one is that Michele Ferracin, a friend of mine at getlatestversion.it community, is starting to keep in touch with schools (we really don’t know how many of them will participate) in order to start Agile@School also in Padova. “Bring the project in two cities”, perk reached! The second news is about the students this year. Everything is set up and running. Everyone is ready. Each team has chosen how to present the results to the exam’s board:
Software and Tech
The Messinesi team (Amanda and Alex) has prepared a Prezi presentation, whose goal is to depict the tools they’ve involved. They explain also the technologies and the usability of the collaborative chat they’ve created. Additionally, the board can try the “product” interacting with laptops and mobile phones.
AI and Bots
The Random team (Thomas and Luca) and the Scrubs team (Enea and Sebastiano) have created a 3 min pitch video with:
- an introduction of their chat bots (via Prezi and Power point)
- simple explanation of the tech behind them
- a couple of self interview (twice per bot) in order to add something fun
The Domotic team (Nicodemo and Mattia) and the Bar Santa team (Simone And Mirko) will show how the projects work, since they’re totally based on hardware. Smart Home vs Hacked Remote Controlled car. We’ve got already some spot:
The Human Recognizers team (Marco and Francesco) will present a website in which the exam’s board can play with cognitive services. They demonstrate how the webcam can recognize faces, mood and so on, using a mobile application.
This is the Prezi presentation.
As you can see, they’ve worked very well. The project are amazing and we’ve awarded everyone with the diploma, as usual:
This year we’ve reached great results and we’re proud of all the work done together. We’ve asked also to fill in a survey and the feedback are the following:
And now, good luck guys! see you next year, hopefully!
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Reblogged this on Il club delle 6 and commented:
Agile@school by Alessandro Alpi è un progetto per portare nelle scuole i principi di lavoro agile e moderne concezioni di organizzazione del lavoro in un team di sviluppo software.
Pare che ci sarà la possibilità di organizzare la stessa cosa anche presso l’ITIS di Rovigo dove c’è la specializzazione informatica con la partecipazione del sottoscritto. Non vedo l’ora!