Xsemble Launch event happened on Feb 23rd, 2018 and MCCIA, Pune, India. The entry was by invitation only. Delegates from IT companies ranging from startups to large companies to multinationals attended the event. The host team (from 10Xofy) was humbled by the confidence shown and the blessings given by the attendees.
PMI Pune Deccan chapter partnered with 10Xofy. They spread awareness within their members through which we had some PMI members with 10+ year industry experience.
The name Xsemble came into existence at the launch event. On this day, we remembered our teachers who made us what we are. To express gratefulness to them, we invited two representatives of the teaching community to cut the cake and announce the name. They were, Mrs Madhura Tokekar from Cummins College, Pune and Mr Rajeshwar, Hitum College, Hyderabad.
Ashish Belagali, CEO of 10Xofy, covered what Xsemble is and what benefits it brings to software development. He covered that through visual flowcharting and modularization, Xsemble enables effective utilization of programmers and non programmers.
Case Study at SoftDEL
SoftDEL got started with Xsemble in a dramatic way. The experience was shared by three representatives from SoftDEL: Rishi Jain who was a freshly hired programmer presented the programmer’s perspective first. Jayesh Kulkarni who managed the work then presented the Project Manager’s perspective. Then Santosh Raktawan, Managing Director at SoftDEL shared how the top management looks at it. Lastly, Ashish Belagali, CEO of 10Xofy summarized it and thanked them.
Student Enablement Experiment
Mrs Madhura Tokekar, who was the acting HOD of IT department at Cummins College at Pune recollects the experiment that was performed at her college. The experiment was to test the hypothesis that programming simple modules can be achieved even by freshers or college students. While the hypothesis was proven successfully, it was also found that the modules could become good vehicle for practical learning by the students.
The participants were happy to learn about Xsemble, and started pointing out the value propositions in various areas. There was no questionnaire used and the reactions that came out were completely unscripted and spontaneous.