In this talk, Kelli Houston, an Agile Transformation Lead at IBM,... more »
How long does it take you to get your code out in the market? How can you make sure your Ops team and processes are aligned to support your agile development?
In this session, we... more »
Continuous Delivery involves all dimensions of your R&D and Operations organizations – consisting of Team Collaboration, Agile and DevOps practices, Continuous Integration (CI),... more »
1. .NET folks insisted on TFS with the Visual Studio IDE integration.
2. Jira teams had learned the Greenhopper bolt-on to the bug tracker.
3. Rally users preferred the more natural alignment with Scaled Agile and business-friendly usability.
Software vendors... more »
Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe®️) is often harshly and incorrectly criticized as too prescriptive or too rigid, and by implications, not easy to customize.
Inspired by Dr. Jeff Sutherland’s Scrum at Scale meta-framework which provides a general language for talking... more »
My life changed in September 2009. With sudden hearing loss and constant vertigo, my life took a sudden turn. I learned to ask for help; to accept that I can’t control everything; to see the current state so and to envision where I want to go. I adapt how I work,... more »
I'd like to talk about why I see so many agile teams struggling with failure.
It's not that they don't know what they need to do.
They just don't believe that they have permission to do what they need to do.
Do you know how to give, ask, and make permission?
Are we tired of seeing "sprints" and "iterations" used as ways to pressure people into working harder and longer ("pushing velocity"), with no training or learning or even autonomy? Are n-week death... more »
Combining Scrum, Kanban and Gantt is easier than you think. Multiple teams with different ways of working, pulling from the same backlog is a reality. This allows people to work the way they want, while managers always have an up to date view of... more »
We did it though!
We designed, learned, prototyped, developed and submitted ... taking a raw concept to the iTunes and Play stores, and ultimately into the phones of our contestants - in less... more »
In a very short talk, Tim will call out the strong antipathy that exists between abstraction and duplication in object-oriented design.
Do you have a lot of duplication? Have you considered it might be a lack of abstraction that caused it, and that increasing your level of abstraction might be the only cure?