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Conference Presentations

Agile Release Planning: The Middle Time Frame
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Lean and agile development methods, which emphasize planning on five different levels, can generate amazing high-level vision and long-term plans to achieve business goals. These methods also can produce plans for lower-level detailed iteration and daily planning. Yet when it comes to...

Sarah Harper
Agile DevOps Software Craftsmanship in an Agile Environment
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In the past two decades agile has become the popular development methodology. Businesses have been rushing to adopt agile processes because it promises to save money and deliver working software more quickly. However, for many businesses, software quality has not improved—and...

Chris McKenzie
Agile DevOps Agile at the Intersection of Mobile, Cloud, and the Internet of Things
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The Internet of Things (IoT) will be a $1.7 trillion market by 2020. Don MacIntyre explains how agile is being used in Internet of Things systems—often combined with mobile and cloud technologies. Don reviews how agile is successfully being used today in a wide range of development...

Don MacIntyre
Agile DevOps The Agile Dojo: Shiny Toy or Best Idea Ever?
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Remember your first two weeks on a scrum team? It was fantastic and miserable all at the same time. And when things got difficult, your team teetered on the edge of the waterfall. What if there were a way to help teams gel more quickly and accelerate their agile learning by immersing them...

Francie Van Wirkus
Agile DevOps Guiding Cultural Adoption of Agile at Scale
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Many approaches to implementing agile focus primarily on the adoption of common practices at the team level. While this focus on practices is important, recognizing that agile is a set of overarching values and principles is also important. Adopting agile “at scale” in organizations often...

Ebenezer Ikonne
Agile DevOps Five XP Practices for Agile Development
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Five development practices compose the core of Extreme Programming (XP)—automating the build for continuously integrating software as it is written, collaborating with team members through pair programming, practicing agile design skills that enable testability, using test first...

David Bernstein
Agile DevOps Conference Transitioning to Agile Leadership
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The key to helping your teams transform and be successful in an agile world is to know what skills you need to be effective—and in turn, help your team navigate change. Jennifer Bonine focuses on providing a toolkit for agile leadership. Explore your level of acceptance of change, how...

Jennifer Bonine
Agile DevOps Setting and Measuring Individual Performance in Agile Teams
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When software development teams work in waterfall environments, traditional performance management programs can help encourage personal development and innovation. However, Tina Rusnak says that when organizations move to agile, measuring performance takes on a new form that often causes...

Tina Rusnak
Agile DevOps The T-Shaped Scrum Team: Get in Shape for Your Future
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Today, agile teams are being asked to do more than ever before. The notion of a T-shaped person, created by Tim Brown (CEO of IDEO) in the 1990s, describes a new breed of worker—one who goes beyond the standard, assigned role. Mary Thorn believes that the roles of team members can stretch...

Mary Thorn
Agile DevOps Why Agile Works—and How (Not) to Screw It Up!
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Agile practices can be the easy part of agile. Getting people into the agile mindset is often a greater challenge. Do you have a team member who doesn’t quite support agile or someone who’s playing along but not really committed? One step toward obtaining real commitment is a better...

Perry Reinert

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