Naresh Jain

Specialises In
Agile-Software-Development code-review continuous-delivery data-science devOps Engineering-Excellence eXtreme-Programming functional-programming jenkins Lean-Startup Lean-Thinking Product-Design Product-Discovery Product-Engineering refactoring scaling-agile-adoption selenium spotify-model tdd

Developer...Consultant...Conference Producer...Startup Founder…struggling to stay up-to-date with technology innovation. Null Process Evangelist.

Naresh Jain is an internationally recognized Technology & Product Development Expert. Over the last decade, he has helped streamline the product development practices at many Fortune 500 companies like Google, Amazon, JP Morgan, HP, Siemens Medical, GE Energy, Schlumberger, Ford, EMC, CA Technologies, to name a few clients. These days, he is more focused on engineering excellence and product innovation. In a nutshell, hire him as a consultant/mentor, if your entire organization wants to move beyond the Agile and Lean mindset. Learn more about his expert services.

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Naresh is leading a consulting business called XNSIO, which helps organizations build the essential product, technology & people capabilities required to transform their business for the digital world. He is also responsible for building - one-stop conference/event management platform.

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Agile Software Community of India

In 2004, Naresh started the Agile movement in India by creating the Agile Software community of India, a registered non-profit society to evangelize Agile, Lean and other Leading-Edge Software Development methods in India. He is responsible for creating and organizing 100+ international conferences including the Functional Conf, Open Data Science Conference, Simple Design And Testing Conference (SDTConf), Agile Coach Camp, Selenium Conf India, Appium Conf, jQuery and Open Web Conference and Eclipse Summit India. He started many Agile User Groups including TechJam, Agile Philly User Group, and groups in India.

In recognition of his accomplishments, in 2007 the Agile Alliance awarded Naresh with the Gordon Pask Award for contributions to the Agile Community.

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