Fornax internal training in co-operation with DPC
Fornax co-operating with DPC Consulting organized a training for its experts in the topics of Frontend development and Scrum methodology
Fornax has had an excellent strategic and professional partnership with DPC Consulting, a company dealing with IT training, consulting and software development. As a result the two companies recently organized their first joint professional meeting, with the event focusing on agile programming. The key note speaker was Dr. Ferenc Birloni, an internationally renowned and experienced professional of the agile methodology. It was full house in the Cloud room of Loffice in Paulay Ede Street.
The Meetup was followed by yet another joint venture, an internal training given by DPC to Fornax experts. The first part of the training is based on the agile methodology of Scrum, which is beginning to replace more and more often the waterfall model of earlier days. As a result of the training so-called Scrum teams replaced the existing teams, and a more adaptive, clearer development process began in Fornax. As opposed to the earlier waterfall model, projects adapt more easily to the changing demands of the customer, and teams are able to deliver the applications and products closest to the customers’ needs. Thanks to the iterative and incremental development model the customer can be up-to-date regarding the status of the application, the methodology allows the continuous fine tuning of the developments, plus the modules with high business value stay always in the forefront.
Zoltán Nagy, the general manager of Fornax ICT deems the training and the development of the skills of the employees extremely important, that is why he initiated the training organized jointly with DPC. „IT is one of the sectors that are currently the quickest to develop. In order to keep up with new professional trends Fornax always does everything it can to provide marketable knowledge to its experts, to teach them the cutting edge programming languages”, the executive said.