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12:30pm-1:30pm. Friday, March 16Kanban & Developer Track
Article
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In this featured article, its author Amir Kolsky, Senior Consultant, Agile coach and trainer at Net Objectives, discusses the reasons for the emergence of the myth that Agile teams do not write documentation and the place documentation does take within an Agile process.
Article
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This featured article is a continuation of the article appearing in the October 2007 Ezine by Amir Kolsky, Senior Consultant, Agile coach and trainer at Net Objectives.
Presentation
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10:30am-11:30am. Friday, March 16Executive & Business Track
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9:00am-10:15am. Tuesday, February 21Agile Mini-Conference for Microsoft Session
Past Webinar
past webinar
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This webinar is part of the Scaling Scrum to the Enterprise with Lean Software Development series.
Past Webinar
past webinar
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This webinar is part of the Scaling Scrum to the Enterprise with Lean Software Development series.
Past Webinar
past webinar
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This session is about how proper use of acceptance testing can avoid many problems instead of merely finding them at the end. It redefines the role of QA to one of avoiding errors and improving our system of development.
Past Webinar
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This webinar is for those who want to understand what Agile software development is about but do not have any experience with it. You will learn:
Past Webinar
past webinar
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This webinar explores why so many software development projects fail. Unfortunately, most Agile methods do not address these reasons very well. To ensure success, you need to extend your methods to include the following:
Past Webinar
past webinar
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There is no question that Scrum is a great process and it has helped many organizations. Unfortunately, many organizations adopting Scrum have had challenges getting it to scale.
Article
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See an interactive program that illustrates connections between good OO qualities and practices.
Article
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Download a printable pdf file containing the content of this interactive program.
Past Webinar
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This talk was presented at Agile 2013 in Nashville.
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This talk was presented at Agile 2012 in Dallas.
Presentation
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This talk was presented at Agile 2012 in Dallas. The slide show has the animation in the talk but takes a bit longer to load than the pdf.
Article
article
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With the advent of agile methods, Test-Driven Development (TDD) has been gaining momentum. A mantra of agile is that stories are completed, not merely written, every iteration.
Past Webinar
past webinar
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This webinar is part of the Scaling Scrum to the Enterprise with Lean Software Development series.
Book
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Training and Resources For: Emergent Design: The Evolutionary Nature of Professional Software Development by Scott L. Bain
"I was expecting this to be yet another book on Design Patterns, but it really isn’t. This book attempts to look deeper into questions that cannot be easily answered and...
Past Webinar
past webinar
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Read Richard Sharpe's Blog, and see an Interview with Scott about his book: 'Emergent Design: The Evolutionary Nature of Professional Software Development'.
Past Webinar
past webinar
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Watch an interview with Scott Bain about his book 'Emergent Design: The Evolutionary Nature of Professional Software Development' at Blip/EnerjyTV
Past Webinar
past webinar
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Watch an interview for OnSoftware: 'Emergent Design, Part 1', with Scott Bain about his book 'Emergent Design: The Evolutionary Nature of Professional Software Development'
Past Webinar
past webinar
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Watch an interview for OnSoftware: 'Emergent Design, Part 2', with Scott Bain about his book 'Emergent Design: The Evolutionary Nature of Professional Software Development'
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Listen to Emergent Design, Part 1 and Part 2 podcasts of the OnSoftware By InformIT interviews of Scott Bain in iTunes Preview. Search for 'Bain' in the list.
Past Webinar
past webinar
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The webinar examines the principles, practices, and disciplines which allow you to evolve a design over time.
Article
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Encapsulation is a word that’s been with us in software development for a long time; but if you asked people what it means, many would say something like “hiding data”. In fact, there are quite a few books and websites that would use that as the definition of the word.
Past Webinar
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This presentation investigates a technique which helps to prepare a design for complexity, without adding the complexity now. This makes it easier to evolve a design when requirements change.
Article
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Presents Encapsulation as a First Principle which implies (or leads one to) the other principles of Object Orientation.
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Estimation as hypothesis is a rough draft of a chapter in a book we are writing about lightweight processes. It describes how to reframe estimation and how to use them in a lightweight process.
Competency
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NOTE: This site is intended to become part of the Scaled Agile Framework(tm) It is currently in the process of being built.
Competency
competency
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Extended XP engineering practices is a set of practices building on XP, but extended for teams that are part of larger organizations.  XP’s history was mostly with small teams.  As such, it should not be surprising that many of its practices are oriented around the dynamics of small teams.  Give
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The common model of a product owner works well for small to medium scale Agile adoption. However, for large scale Agile adoption one must expand the role to include a product manager that works with the business stakeholders while the product owner focuses on driving the teams.
Presentation
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2:15pm-3:15pm. Tuesday, February 21Agile Mini-Conference for Microsoft Session
Presentation
presentation
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10:30am-11:30am. Friday, March 16Kanban & Developer Track
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presentation
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Many organizations believe they have successfully completed the transition to agile thinking.
Presentation
presentation
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2:15pm-3:15pm. Friday, March 16Executive & Business Track
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9:00am-10:00am. Friday, March 16Keynote
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Lean Software Development has deep roots. Lean jumped into the software world about a decade ago but has still mostly been considered an extension of the main body of Lean, which is rooted in manufacturing.
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5:30pm-8:30pm. Wednesday, March 21A Free Seminar Event Sponsored by AltaSource Group and Net ObjectivesHosted by Holland America
Past Webinar
past webinar
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Lightning Webinars are short (less than 15 minute) videos that are focused on specific topics of Lean, Agile, and Kanban for business-driven software development.