Missed your attendance at Agile2016? Worry not. We got you covered in this post with everything noteworthy.
Agile2016, the conference on Agile, recently concluded in Atlanta. Though we didn’t have a chance to attend in person, we bring you the highlights in this post.
Agile promotes teamwork. Mob Programming takes it a bit further. It is a cost-effective, collaborative and fun way to get work done together. It’s a whole-team approach to development, where coding, designing, testing, and working with the “customer” (Partner, Product Owner, User, etc.) is all done as a team. You can read more at Mobprogramming.org. You might also find this experience report helpful.
— Woody Zuill (@WoodyZuill) July 27, 2016
— Jeffrey Davidson (@JeffreyGoodReq) July 28, 2016
Another tweet we really liked is from Lynne Cazaly. It is based on the talk by @JoshuaKerievsky‘s about Modern Agile. It reiterates a lot of good principles we know and adds more. You can read more at modernagile.org.
— Lynne Cazaly (@lynnecazaly) July 27, 2016
One of the trending topics in the Agile community is #NoEstimates. The idea is a major paradigm shift – to move away from estimate-driven planning to delivery-driven one.
Here is what Kent Beck has to say.
— Shane Hastie (@shanehastie) July 26, 2016
A motivated group of individuals can do wonders. One essential attribute of such a team is happiness.
— Jurgen Appelo (@jurgenappelo) July 26, 2016
Visual Agile Manifesto
Another excellent digital visual by Lynne Cazaly, this time on Visual Agile Manifesto.
— Lynne Cazaly (@lynnecazaly) July 25, 2016
Data Driven Coaching
— Troy Magennis (@t_magennis) July 20, 2016
Leadership for Genius Tribes
Lynne Cazaly pulls in another excellent visual, this time on Leadership. This packed note throws in a lot of ideas. It is something for you to save and refer regularly!
— Lynne Cazaly (@lynnecazaly) July 29, 2016
There is another excellent visual note on the same topic, this time from @julibetancur.
— Gilbertcdelgado (@GilbertCDelgado) July 30, 2016
Building High Assurance Systems with SAFe 4.0
— Dean Leffingwell (@Deanleffingwell) July 29, 2016
Finally, head here to read a first-person narrative of the conference by Matt.
Overall, Agile 2016 was an exciting and informative conference by Agile Alliance. We hope to cover it live next year!