Bob Martin talks about his book and videocasts of his work getting the code in clean and right. He expands on his discussion of craftsmanship and the habits of coders that code clean. He also discusses the ten years of the manifesto and the growth of agile.
Bob Payne chats with Ward about the tenth anniversary of the Agile Manifesto and his newest wiki project.
Ken and Bob Payne talk about Ken's book on acceptance test-driven development. This is a topic that has been gaining a lot of traction in agile teams. Acceptance test-driven development is a technique that some teams are using to improve quality and collaboration between business, testing, and development.
George and Bob Payne discuss one of the most beneficial and underutilized agile technique, test-driven development. The data is in, and you need to be doing this if you want to call yourself an agile engineer.
In this bonus session from the Better Software Conference & EXPO, Lee Copeland speaks about the process of choosing session speakers for Software Quality Engineering conferences and offers some tips to help you down the path toward becoming a better speaker.
Projects don't fit into the nice definitions found in project management books. Based on her many years of consulting with large and small software teams, Johanna Rothman coaches leaders to take a more pragmatic approach in this keynote presentation from the Better Software Conference & EXPO.
Agile approaches to software development promise many advantages: shorter schedules, more productive teams, products that better meet customer expectations, higher quality, and more. In this talk, Mike Cohn explains how agile teams achieve these goals by avoiding the seven deadly sins of project management. Covered will be sins such as gluttony, sloth, lust, opaqueness, and more.
In this keynote presentation from the Better Software Conference & EXPO, Jean Tabaka proposes three pivotal practices that we must embrace to aggressively attack waste in software delivery—software-as-a-service, community, and fast-feature throughput.
Bob speaks with Michael Mah about agile and metrics at the ADPEast 2010 conference.
Elisabeth Hendrickson spent several years on a quest to discover how testers can contribute effectively on extreme programming projects. In this STAREAST keynote presentation, she shares her experiences and lessons learned about how testers can play well and succeed on XP teams.
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